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With food prices fairly stable, this year's special dinner won't set you back much more than last year's. But next year? Watch out.
A shipment the Russian government refused to allow Chobani to send to American athletes in Sochi will be donated to food banks. NYT reports.
US multinational companies are dealing with an increasingly big headache when it comes to sales and profits: currencies.
"The big news in the quarter is we had record sales of $4.2 billion," says Walter Robb, Whole Foods Market co-CEO, discussing his company's lower-than-expected first quarter earnings and competition in the food segment. CNBC's Jim Cramer reports.
The world's No. 2 burger chain is adding more beef to its latest McDonald's mimic—the Big Mac-inspired Big King. USA Today reports.
Customers want "more than safe" when it comes to their food, explains CNBC's Sara Eisen.
McDonald's CEO vowed to "create more of a coffee culture through high-quality McCafe products," as well as to double-down on breakfast to boost sales.
McDonald's new store in Vietnam isn't just a landmark for the company; it is a signal the country is ripe for investment gains.
In this week's episode, CNBC's Christine Tan interviews the founders of Ismaya Group, the firm behind some of Jakarta's hottest restaurants.
Scott Crane, Smashburger CEO, discusses minimum wage, the company's rapid expansion and how he is dealing with the costs of Obamacare.
Plenty of behind-the-scenes maneuvering it taking place to get a huge Chobani shipment sent to Sochi for Team USA.
A bill introduced in Maryland would make that state the first to ban the marketing and sale of energy drinks to minors.
Drought-stricken California farmers are expected to idle 500,000 acres of cropland in a record production loss that could cost billions.
John Faucher, JPMorgan senior analyst, and Jonathan Feeney, Janney Montgomery Scott senior analyst, provide analysis on Coca-Cola's partnership with Green Mountain Coffee.
DENVER, Feb. 6, 2014-- Marley Coffee, the sustainably grown, ethically farmed and artisan-roasted gourmet coffee company, today launched its new corporate website, MarleyCoffee.com, developed by Get Stirred Up, that offers an enhanced user experience and an array of new features.
Henrietta Lovell, founder of the Rare Tea Company, James Lohan, CEO of Mr & Mrs Smith, discuss the entrepreneurial environment in the U.K. and the importance of branding.
Coca-Cola will purchase a 10 percent minority stake in Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, sending the smaller firm's shares rocketing.
Tripp Keber, Dixie Elixirs & Edibles CEO, discusses the growth of the marijuana-infused food sector and runs through the product line.
DENVER, Feb. 5, 2014-- Marley Coffee,, the sustainably grown, ethically farmed and artisan-roasted gourmet coffee company, announced that Albertsons, a U.S. grocery company based in Boise, Idaho, carries seven Marley Coffee products in their Intermountain Division stores. Albertsons carries Marley Coffee's "Lively Up!"
The attorney suing energy drink maker Monster, Kevin Goldberg of Goldberg, Finnegan and Mester, responds to Monster's statement claiming there is no evidence the drinks have caused or contributed to any injury whatsoever.
Looking to offload that sweater or ill-fitting garment you got for the holidays? There are apps for that.
Audi plans to increase spending on new models and plants to around $29 billion through 2019, stepping up competitions with BMW.
CNBC retail analyst Stacey Widlitz and Mary Epner of Mary Epner Retail Analysis discuss how the post-Christmas time period impacts retailers' bottom lines.