MINNEAPOLIS— Poultry producers in the nation's top turkey state are taking extra steps to protect their flocks after a devastating strain of bird flu was confirmed at another Minnesota farm. An infection confirmed Saturday at a turkey farm in Stearns County, the third outbreak in Minnesota this month, raised the stakes because it's one of the top poultry...» Read More
The following food offerings are pushing the envelope for gastronomic challenges: No individual has yet to cross the finish line.
It's that time of year. You can't escape it. Every time you turn on the TV, there's one of those Lexus "December to Remember" commercials. Every time you walk into Starbucks, you're hit with the Christmas music. It's not even turkey day yet and everyone's already breaking out the red and green! As one friend in public relations told me, "Turkeys and Thanksgiving need a new PR person." Maybe you need to unwind before the stress of the holidays set in with a drink.
If feeding 7 billion people is proving hard, how will the world feed 9.1 billion people by 2050? That is the key question the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) faces as it seeks to increase production and improve distribution across the globe.
In a special Veteran's Day show, former U.S. Marine, and Clorox CEO, Donald Knauss, discusses his company's healthy 3.7% yield and strong earnings, with Mad Money host, Jim Cramer.
Now that Kraft Foods is splitting up into two separate companies; Snacks Co. and Grocery Co., the stock is finally worth owning, says Mad Money's Jim Cramer. The break-up will bring out a lot of value for shareholders.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer, says B&G Foods pays a juicy 5-percent yield and increased the dividend by 9-percent last week. Discussing the food company's forecast and bottom line, with David Wenner, B&G Foods CEO.
Food prices could rise more slowly next year because farmers have a bigger surplus of corn on hand than previously thought.
Most kids are creative—they color and make up games—but some kids get really creative and use their imagination to invent new products. Here are more than a dozen innovative and inspiring inventions by kids.
When you hear about inventions by kids, and kids who've made a million dollars off of their ideas before they're even out of high school, you think, how did they do that? Or rather, how can I get my kids to do that? Here are tips for how your kids can become entrepreneurs, too.
At least 13 people in eight states have died after eating cantaloupe contaminated with listeria, in the deadliest outbreak of food-borne illness in the United States in more than a decade, public health officials said on Tuesday. The New York Times reports.
We tried to warn you about the coming bacon crisis. Did you listen? Nooooo. Well, guess what? Now the Midwest is suffering a devastating bacon crime spree.
Why the "Mad Money" host thinks this stock can weather any storm.
CNBC's Sue Herera has the story on a strike issued for three southern California supermarkets: Ralphs, Vons, and Albertons.
The Lone Star state is recording the driest 11 months on record. CNBC's Jane Wells has the details on an estimated $2 billion dollars in livestock losses for the year.
CNBC's Jon Fortt has the story on how John Chambers, Cisco System CEO plans to increase sales and reassure investors. Also, discussing whether the stock is oversold, with Mark Sue, RBC Capital Markets, and Alkesh Shah, Evercore Partners.
Companies that have dominated the toy market have sometimes rolled out products that may have seemed like a joke to potential buyers. Here are a few examples.
PepsiCo and the NFL say they're renewing their long-term partnership with a new, multi-year deal that starts next year.
The “Mad Money” host goes one-on-one with The Hain Celestial Group’s Irwin Simon.
As stocks closed near session lows Thursday, the "Fast Money" traders found themselves talking about these market movers.
$1 million isn’t what it used to be, in part because a lot of people don’t know how far it can go, and the amount of time and effort that it would take to spend it.