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A new study may have important ramifications for beach season: just because a food promotes fitness does not make it good for the waistline.
A year after opening a second brewery in Chicago, the head of Lagunitas Brewing revealed he plans to open a third brewery in Southern California.
As consumer trends have shifted, Nestle's Paul Bulcke said the company plans to win them back with a simple plan.
Beefier is better. Or at least that is fast food giant McDonald's bet as it tries to increase burger sales.
Beck's Beer maker Anheuser-Busch InBev has agreed to settle a class action case and is offering refunds to drinkers.
Jesse Schenker tells the story of how he hit bottom, served jail time and became a successful New York chef and restaurant owner.
CNBC's Jane Wells takes a bite out of the top five best burgers according to The Daily Meal.
CNBC's Jane Wells takes a bite out of the top five burgers in America according to The Daily Meal.
As McDonald's fights to turn around its business, one metric is showing signs of improvement.
Data from NPD Group show how iOS users are 50 percent more likely than Android users to go for liquid lunches.
The chain wants to sell all 413 of its locations in Taiwan to a franchise operator.
Singapore may be among the world's most expensive cities, but prices are dropping, and the city-state's legions of maids are getting the credit.
BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse is offering couples the chance to win $10,000 worth of food if they name their child after the superfood quinoa.
McDonald's is turning to the other white meat for a new menu offering.
Technical analyst Rich Ross explains why Monster shares could rally more than 8 percent in the near future.
Using 95% less water and half the fertilizer of traditional farming, vertical farms bring sustainable produce to cities.
A New York City government agency said an ongoing investigation of Whole Foods stores has found systemic overcharging of its customers for prepackaged food.
A survey reveals that Americans throw $640 worth of food per year, disregarding the environmental impact, USA Today reports.
Pizza chains like Papa John's and Domino's will continue to refine technology, drawing consumers from small shops, an analyst said.
Inside the battle for Americans' money, big business is struggling to hold on to shoppers.