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Moe's Southwest Grill called out Chipotle Mexican Grill after it began selling a queso dip at its test kitchen restaurant in New York City.
Wayback Burgers has found a solution to sky high rent in New York City — a 5-by-10 foot food cart.
Pershing Square trims its stake in the parent of Burger King and Tim Hortons.
KFC has collaborated with Huawei on a limited smartphone to commemorate its thirty-anniversary of operating in China.
Higher prices and more premium products were a boon for snack and beverage giant Pepsi in the second quarter.
Amazon must use its new power to make healthy food accessible to all income levels, says celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson.
Jim Cramer issues a warning that not all toy stocks are created equal.
Chipotle has struggled to recover from a string of food safety incidents and it could continue to do so, especially if diners keep calling it fast food.
Are you a bad tipper? A new report by CreditCards.com examines America's tipping habits.
Social media is changing how restaurants reach their customers, says restaurateur Willie Degel.
While Starbucks' has been serving up whimsical drinks, its Roastery and Reserve Bars are catering to a very different audience.
Two years after a string of food safety incidents battered sales and scared away diners, Chipotle Mexican Grill still isn't on solid ground.
This acclaimed chef says food trends are moving faster thanks to Instagram, Time reports.
Buffalo Wild Wings' proxy battle may be over, but it is still fighting to convince shareholders that it can forge a successful turnaround.
The Subway franchise of sandwich restaurants plans to open a further 500 outlets in the UK and Ireland over the next three years.
CNBC analyzed cost differences for a typical Fourth of July barbecue versus a new age one.
"[I]t faces a whole host of challenges that need to be factored into the stock price," said Neil Saunders of GlobalData.
The BBC's Watchdog program found that ice from Starbucks, Costa Coffee and Caffe Nero had been contaminated with fecal bacteria.
The NPD Group expects that the surge in online grocery shopping will lead to higher adoptions of meal kit services.
Los Angeles officials fined Carl's Jr. $1.45 million in penalties and back wages for failing to pay workers the minimum wage.
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