Low inflation and energy prices and relatively flat wages combined to keep prices down for the song's presents. The NYT reports.» Read More
Nut rage imploded the career of a Korean Air Lines exec. Now South Korean retailers are experiencing the upside: a boom in sales of macadamias.
Salty snacks are a $16 billion business, but Americans are increasingly looking for something healthier. Like beans.
The confluence of many bad events will cause an avocado price spike and supply shortage in the coming months.
One fast food CEO says 'sales have been very good since about the middle of June' as lower gas prices boost orders.
Angry over new technology that restricts the coffee brands people can use with their Keurigs, a website shows how to hack them, according to Wired.
Carl's Jr. has no antibiotics, no steroids, no added hormones and comes from grass-fed, free-range cattle. USA Today reports.
When the price of sugar falls, things get sweeter for processed food manufacturers such as J.M. Smucker and Hershey, if history is a guide.
McDonald's released a video revealing the step by step process of how their McNuggets are made, reports the Today show.
The drone at a Brooklyn TGI Fridays was intended to inspire couples to get romantic, but a piece of customer's nose was chipped off instead.
General Mills announced the return of the previously discontinued French Toast Crunch, a toast-shaped, maple-flavored cereal.
A record-setting 4.16-pound white truffle was sold for $61,250 at a New York City auction Saturday to a food and wine lover from Taiwan.
A "perfect storm" of commodity prices and low feed costs have lifted profit and provided a windfall for farmers a few turbulent years.
The Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room megastore that opened in Seattle on Friday is just the beginning, said CEO Howard Schultz.
What do you buy for the foodie whose kitchen is already stocked? Top chefs share their top gift ideas this holiday season.
The scientists at Muufri have bioengineered lab-grown cow's milk in attempt to address the environmental and ethical problems with dairy farming.
Red Lobster fired back against a new poll that shows its attempt to win over customers with more seafood may be having the opposite effect.
Fast-food worker Terrance Wise has become the leading voice of the Fight for 15 one-day strikes for higher wages. NYT reports.
Girl Scouts of America CEO Anna Maria Chavez tells CNBC the idea for selling cookies online came from the troops that sell them.
Unilever will separate its spreads business, which includes Flora and Bertolli margarine, into a standalone company. The NYT reports.
Maker's Mark is releasing a new bourbon and it's causing an "incredible craze … like nothing we've ever experienced," says chairman emeritus.
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