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Wall Street might be wary of gobbling up Shake Shack stock, but the chain is dominating social media.
The Obama administration is telling people to cut back on beef because the cattle industry hurts the environment. Why?
Hipster cafe capital London will soon have Annie the Owl, the UK’s first bar where people can sip cocktails while an owl perches on your shoulder.
Several enterprises are angling for kosher certification for edible medical marijuana products. The Forward reports.
Nests made from swiftlets' saliva are being mixed into coffee and cereal as the producers seek to broaden its appeal, and their profit margins.
The weak global dairy market has driven international milk prices down by around 50 percent, is unlikely to pick up anytime soon, analysts say.
Starbucks confirmed it will stop selling CDs at the end of March in its 21,000 stores worldwide.
India Pale Ales are growing rapidly, and variations on the hoppy beer are helping to keep them popular.
Wearable tech has seen a surge in interest, with many tech giants preparing to unveil new products. But before the Apple wearable comes the... banana.
Uber launched a food-delivery service, UberEATS, in Barcelona on Wednesday.
Two Aussies have preserved a McDonald’s quarter pounder with cheese (in its original wrapping) for 20 years -- and it’s showing no signs of rotting.
British drinks can maker Rexam said US rival Ball Corp offered to buy the company in a cash-and-stock deal valued at about $6.85 billion.
White fish roe of the albino sturgeon combined with 22 carat gold leaf costs over $100,000 per kilo.
China's chocolate sales will grow to $4.3 billion by 2019, up nearly 60 percent from 2014, driven by a growing urban population, a Hershey official said.
Little Caesars' Bacon Wrapped Crust Deep! Deep! Dish Pizza will roll out nationally on Feb. 23. USA Today reports.
As the nugget war between McDonald's and Burger King continues to rage, the Golden Arches is testing a new addition to its arsenal.
Mondelez International has faced external pressure from currency headwinds and from high input costs, according to its CEO.
In addition to traditional fare, Chinese families are also opting for Western ingredients available online for their annual reunion Lunar New Year dinner.
The change will affect more than 250 products across 10 brands, including Butterfinger, Nestle Crunch and Baby Ruth.
Beef prices are high, but one indicator says the pendulum could start to swing the other way.