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LOS ANGELES, Feb. 19, 2014-- Anaheim, Calif.- based Northgate González Markets, which operates 38 supermarkets in Southern California, was the recipient of the 2014 "Ben Schwartz Retail Grocery Visionary Award" from Unified Grocers at a special awards dinner last night at Tamayo Restaurant in Los Angeles.
Your daily K-Cup habit shouldn't get more expensive as coffee commodity prices skyrocket, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters' CEO told CNBC.
Nestlé announced Tuesday that it was voluntarily recalling two of its Hot Pockets products following a wider meat recall.
Carlsberg's "challenge profile" is fully reflected in its share price, says Sanford Bernstein's Trevor Stirling. He highlights the brewer's dominant place in the emerging Asian nations of Cambodia, Laos and Malaysia.
Marley Coffee has also teamed with National Sales Associates, based in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, to act as its broker in the natural sector for the Western United States.
VEVEY, Switzerland, Feb. 19, 2014-- Nespresso is launching a new large-cup coffee system in the US and Canada, aiming to secure a major segment of a market worth some $5 bn each year in the US alone.
Discussing the casual dining space and the way to play Darden Restaurants, with Bryan Elliott, Raymond James senior restaurant analyst. Trader Mike Murphy provides insight.
Innovation is what we are passionate about, "said Michael Zacka, President and CEO, Tetra Pak, US and Canada. As a leading supermarket with nearly 200 stores located in five states throughout the Midwest including Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky, the multibillion dollar company is ranked the 13 th largest privately held company in the country.
Coca-Cola reported quarterly earnings matched analysts' expectations on Tuesday.
Cocoa prices jumped 21% in 2013, and global demand is ballooning for this nearly $99 billion commodity. Craving chocolate? It's gonna cost you.
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.
Wal-Mart joins the likes of Amazon, Office Depot and OfficeMax, which are also launching holiday deals over the weekend
Attention java junkies: Starbucks wants to put you one step closer to your morning fix.
Wal-Mart said it would close 30 stores in Japan, scaling back in what was once considered one of the retailer's most promising markets.