LONDON, March 13- Britain's Wm Morrison Supermarkets sparked talk of an industry price war on Thursday after it posted its lowest profit for five years and said it would invest 1 billion pounds in price cuts over three years in a bid to recover.» Read More
More Americans say they are less frugal than they were a few years ago. Time to release that pent-up desire to eat out, a survey suggests.
Is the nation's food supply at risk? There is an alarming drop in the world's honeybee population, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
Joe Rundle, head of trading at ETX Capital, talks about the U.K.'s supermarket business, and advises going long on Tesco, due to its restructuring program.
Wrigley has temporarily halted the production of its Alert caffeinated gum as the FDA's investigates the safety of caffeine-added foods.
Green Mountain announced it's extending its partnership with Starbucks and delivered earnings that topped expectations. GMCR shares jumped after-hours.
Wendy's is the second-biggest burger chain, behind McDonald's, and its stock is up 25 percent this year. CEO Emil Brolick talks about the restaurant's makeover and changes for healthier eating.
Jonathan De Mello, head of retail consultancy at CBRE, says Sainsbury's is "motoring ahead" UK retail with sales growth for eight straight years now and underlines the strong online sales increase.
John Rogers, CFO of Sainsburys, tells CNBC that they see a tremendous opportunity to grow Sainsbury¿s banking product which leads to more spending in the stores.
Tyson Foods reported a weaker-than-expected quarterly profit as shoppers and restaurants switched to cheaper chicken from beef, and the company cut its full-year sales forecast.
Kristen Coia, food and retail analyst at Motley Food and Helena Bottemiller, Washington correspondent for Food Safety News, discuss food safety following a scandal at Yum China.
Yelp reported a narrower loss than in the year-earlier period and its revenue and outlook beat expectations. Shares rose after-hours.
The Girl Scout cookie season will once again rake in record revenues. Many do not realize the scale of the "girl scout economy," reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche.
Buffalo Wild Wings is launching a new craft beer, Game Changer, in collaboration with Redhook Brewing. The beer is designed to pair with the company's wings.
Starbucks hit its earnings target amid a strong increase in US same-store sales. Its outlook disappointed, however, sending shares lower after-hours.
Wal-Mart Stores said that members of its board's audit committee were paid more due to extra work they had to take on to handle an ongoing investigation into alleged bribery.
Jose Martins Soares, emerging markets lead analyst at Espirito Santo Investment Bank, believes emerging markets are key to food business growth as global food demand grows.
Fairway hopes the investing public will aid in its expansion after its stock starts trading for the first time. The New York Times reports.
Deloitte’s American Pantry Survey found brand loyalty has fallen for the third year in a row, with nearly nine in ten consumers substituting private-label brands for national ones.
The two-week battle for the best beer labels has come to an end and Troegs Brewing Nugget Nectar took home the title of CNBC Beer News "Beer Label Madness" Champion.
Anthony Fry, chairman of Espirito Santo Investment Bank, debates whether Marks and Spencer's poor results are reflective of the pressure on the high street or poor management in the company.