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In the spirit of a rising tide lifts all boats, several New York brewers have joined together to create the state's first official beer.
An NYC proposal would require chains to add a salt shaker image next to food that contains more than the recommended sodium level.
CEO Charlie Morrison says the restaurant aims to open another 2,500 U.S. locations and doesn't consider Buffalo Wild Wings a competitor.
The relationship between Whole Foods and organic farmers is fraying, as more grocers move in according to the New York Times.
Labor's victories in hiking minimum wages stand to "eat into" restaurant profitability, USA Today reports.
The NBA Finals are bringing record numbers to the NBA's official YouTube account, according to data from Pixability.
Hot dogs are having a moment. In today's mashup-loving food world, hot dogs are becoming a popular topping for other foods.
In its trading debut Friday, Wingstop jumped 61 percent to close at $30.59 from its IPO price of $19.
In its first quarterly report as a public company, Bojangles' topped Wall Street's estimates on Thursday.
This start-up wants to be the Uber for cookies. But is being the culinary equivalent of hugs from mom a smart business model?
Restaurants just haven't been able to shake the salt.
In the growing freelance economy, many Americans are creating jobs for themselves. Tyrone Green chose a food truck.
Krispy Kreme reported an earnings beat on Wednesday but missed on revenue.
Lights, camera, action! Pizza Hut's new box is doing double duty.
Snoop Dogg is suing American brewer Pabst Blue Ribbon over equity he is owed after its subsidiary Colt 45 was sold.
New Jersey has been aggressively luring food businesses with lucrative, but controversial, incentives. The New York Times reports.
After years on the political hotseat, one former Obama campaign manager will be a key employee at the Golden Arches.
Healthy eaters only like salad bars and smoothie joints, right? Wrong, according to a new survey.
Starbucks, McDonalds and Chipotle have announced plans to test on-demand food delivery. Now add Dunkin Donuts to that list of chains.
After a rapid rise and subsequent bankruptcy protection filing, Boston Market is back on a path to growth.