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Coca-Cola Co will buy a 16.7 percent stake in Monster Beverage in deal that includes the companies swapping ownership of some products.
After years of criticism from advocates who urged McD's to offer more fruits and veggies, it is about to do just that. USA Today reports
The company said that its green coffee prices have jumped about 55 percent in the past year.
Burger King is getting rid of the lower-calorie french fries it introduced less than a year ago.
"Egypt is the largest importer of wheat in the world, but they have to buy it on the spot market," says Philip Blumberg.
Pastry chef Waylynn Lucas is pushing the boundaries of circular sweets with her bakery, Fonuts, which specializes in faux doughnuts.
Hate waiting to pay the restaurant check? A slew of businesses is here to help.
After reporting blowout profits Domino's Pizza Enterprises told CNBC its venture into Japan was providing a large slice of its success.
Moscow's sweeping sanctions on European food have sent Russian restaurateurs, retail chains and food producers scrambling for alternative supplies.
The man behind the wine some call "Two Buck Chuck" is seeing red, and it has nothing to do with cabernet sauvignon.
Pepsi's strong stock performance suggests hedge funder Nelson Peltz is wrong to criticize its management, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Former trader Sam Polk talks about how he successfully broke up with Wall Street and launched a start up — and that epic job interview with Michael Milken.
While restaurants in New York are closing every day, here's how Russ & Daughters, which serves up lox, herring and more, has endured for 100 years.
The hamburger joint's poor sales are just another indication consumers have lost their appetite for fast food, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Are hedonistic times in the capital numbered as London dines out on a property market bubble and record low interest rates?
The U.S. Army has made strides in technology that would allow soldiers to print food with custom ingredients and nutrients.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s brother, James Middleton, hopes his business idea will get him the royal treatment: turning Instagram snaps into marshmallows.
These two brewers should continue to serve up profits, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.