A second beer maker has withdrawn its sponsorship of an annual St. Patrick's Day parade because of its refusal to allow gay and lesbians to march.» Read More
The recall was initiated after a customer reported having an allergic reaction to milk in the product, the company said.
First there was coffee, then juices, energy drinks, tea and booze...and now Starbucks is testing "handcrafted" sodas at stores in Austin and Atlanta, according to Brand Eating.
A group of caterers in San Antonio, Texas, created the world's largest pizza. CNBC's Amanda Drury reports the pie took 2 hours to cook.
As the number of "low alcohol" wines continues to grow, industry experts are divided over the demand for these products – and whether their taste will satisfy the sommelier's palate.
Baijiu, the most popular alcoholic drink you've probably never heard of, could make its way to a liquor store near you soon.
A hamburger bun made of ramen noodles is featured on "Street Signs." The "ramen burger" sells for $8 each. Creator and chef Keizo Shimamoto, shares his obsession with ramen and how he came up with the idea.
It is a question that has plagued many great thinkers for a number of years: does the rise of "healthy" frozen yogurts signal the death knell for the indulgent ice cream?
Bantam Bagels, a shop opening in New York's West Village will be dedicated to "bagel holes": doughnut hole-sized bites of bagel dough stuffed with a variety of fillings.
A general manager and certified water sommelier of a Los Angeles restaurant has created a water menu of 20 mineral waters from 10 countries—one bottle will cost you $20.
Taco Bell has already sold 600 million of its Doritos-flavored shells in 18 months and will add a new flavor Aug. 22: "Fiery."
The global coffee market has been rather decaffeinated for the past couple of years, with prices falling to less than half their 2011 peak and the bean becoming the worst-performing soft commodity last year.
Marcus Lemonis, "The Profit", previews the newest episode of "The Profit" airing tonight at 10p. And Michael Sobon, Pudsters founder, pitches his new burger joint.
How Herbalife responded to product safety issues are drawing scrutiny in part because of the hedge fund battle over the stock.
With ready-to-eat popcorn snacks gaining popularity is the popcorn business popping profits? The folks at Popcorn, Indiana sure think so. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis has the details.
Wall Street expectations jumped the gun on Yum Brands, but as share prices dipped on disappointing July sales in China, now's the time to buy the stock, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Corn futures prices could lose another 10 to 15 percent on the prospect of a record U.S. corn corp.
With fast food restaurants now offering such innovations as the waffle taco and the pretzel burger, should investors be impressed? Two pros tell CNBC what they think.
"Homebrewing has always been a fundamental element of the craft brewing culture," Stone Brewing's Greg Koch said, reflecting on how the beer geek culture helps feed the industry.
Shake Shack opened in 2004 and now has more than 29 locations. Danny Meyer, Union Square Hospitality Group CEO; and Randy Garutti, Shake Shack CEO, join to discuss the restaurant business and how Shake Shack stands out among other fast food chains.
ROCHESTER, N.Y., Aug. 9, 2013-- VoicePort, LLC announced today that they have launched their Medication Synchronization automated solution with two U. S. pharmacy chain clients and are in final stage negotiations with several others in support of helping pharmacies deliver increased patient health and wellness. "
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories. St. Patrick's Day is Monday and spring arrives Thursday. The NCAAs begin this week and the Fed meets.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports how the California drought is causing problems for Napa vineyards and shows new technologies being employed to fight drought.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields.