A tractor-trailer carrying 40,000 pounds of french fries caught fire in a Wal-Mart parking lot in the Maine city of Waterville.» Read More
More marrying couples are also choosing to say "I Brew," carefully choosing the beer offered at their wedding reception and in many cases brewing it themselves.
In this weeks' beer news roundup: Budweiser gets bigger, Simpson's fans can now enjoy a Duff brew and a report shows the craft beer scene may be growing too fast.
Michael Wu, Chairman & MD of Maxim's Group says he's not worried about a slowdown in China and sees huge demand for Maxim's food products. He expects huge opportunities especially with new malls coming up every year.
McDonald's wants its customers to eat more—day or night, home or abroad. If you're a night owl, you can now get pancakes or hash browns to go with your Big Mac.
J. Michael Chu, Catterton Partners, provides his picks on the best places to park your money as the economy regains some footing.
Despite the high revenue, the profit margins in the grocery business traditionally have been low, but that hasn't stopped retail giants Amazon and Wal-Mart from escalating the national food fight. What gives?
Canned beer was once frowned upon, now it's here to stay as consumers and brewers alike become more comfortable with the idea of beer in a can.
The online retailer is reportedly planning a major roll out of a grocery delivery business, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan. And Kate Wendt, Wells Fargo Securities, weighs in on the impact this new service could have on grocers.
Howard Stern was right: Wet wipes may be the next big thing in male grooming. Dollar Shave Club introduces a toilet paper alternative.
Rob Sands, president & CEO, Constellation Brands, says his company's deal for Corona is nearing completion. The deal should double the top and bottom lines, he says.
A Taco Bell employee shown on Facebook licking a stack of taco shells will no longer work for the franchise, according to a company statement. His photographer is also gone.
Start-up GreenCupboards wants to turn eco-friendly buzz words like "sustainable," "organic" and "fair trade" into a booming business.
MELVILLE, N.Y., June 4, 2013-- Full-service integrated advertising, marketing and digital agency The EGC Group announced today the launch of its Craft Beverage Division. "Launching our craft beverage consulting division is a perfect next step for the agency," said Ernie Canadeo, founder and president of The EGC Group. "
Napa, Calif., June 4, 2013-- Those still searching for the perfect Father's Day gift for their wine-loving dad can choose from three great Napa cabernets, each with an interesting story behind it. The story: Yannick Rousseau, the creator of Y Rousseau Wines, grew up in Gascony in the Southwest of France.
Combining two hot alcohol trends, the casual chain is offering beer cocktails made with MillerCoors products and served in a reusable can.
As Coca-Cola unveiled its first processing plant in Myanmar, one analyst warned that the move into frontier markets could mean emerging markets are not as attractive to multi-nationals as they once were.
Despite experiencing the coldest spring in 50 years, U.K. consumers beat the weather by posting a rise in retail sales, according to a new survey released Tuesday.
Taco Bell on Monday reacted to a picture posted on Facebook that appears to show a company employee licking a stack of taco shells.
A slew of recent studies argue that more wealth brings better health: from longer lives to lower disability rates. But wealth may bring a negative side-effect to one group: ladies who lunch, who tend to drink more than is recommended.
Multitaskers will be sad to learn the hands-free Whopper holder is not real. Burger King says the viral video is no more than an advertising campaign.
Citi analysts evaluated the two popular handbag labels to determine which offers more upside to investors.
A new American Express study finds the average cost to attend a wedding is surging to $592.
Discussing analyst expectations for Apple and Facebook earnings expected after the closing bell, with CNBC's Herb Greenberg, Melissa Lee and Dominic Chu.