Food & Beverage Beverages

  • Jim Cramer on "Mad Money."

    Jim Cramer breaks down how Take-Two Interactive is still a buy despite the market's disregard for the sector.

  • Coca-Cola CEO discusses beverage maker's strategy in coffee, cannabis

    Jim Cramer sits down with Coca-Cola President and CEO James Quincey for a wide-ranging interview about his company's global strategy.

  • Coca-Cola's coffee, cannabis strategy

    Jim Cramer sits down with Coca-Cola President and CEO James Quincey for a wide-ranging interview about his company's global strategy.

  • James Quincey, President and chief operating officer of the Coca-Cola company.

    Jim Cramer sits down with Coca-Cola President and CEO James Quincey for a wide-ranging interview about his company's global strategy.

  • Jim Cramer on "Mad Money."

    Jim Cramer explains why it's only a matter of time before investors come around on Alphabet.

  • Starbucks CEO: 'We're not immune' to the trade war, but we're 'playing the long game' in China

    Jim Cramer speaks with Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson, who says that his coffee giant's business in China has been built "in China, for China."

  • Starbucks CEO: 'We're 'playing the long game' in China

    Jim Cramer speaks with Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson, who says that his coffee giant's business in China has been built "in China, for China."

  • Kevin Johnson of Starbucks speaks at the Annual Meeting of Shareholders at McCaw Hall in Seattle, Washington.

    Jim Cramer speaks with Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson, who says that his coffee giant's business in China has been built "in China, for China."

  • NEW YORK, Nov 12- Andrew Left, one of Wall Street's most prominent short-sellers, said Tilray Inc gave his firm its "worst day ever in the market" two months ago when its shares almost doubled in one session, but he remains bearish on the Canadian cannabis company. Left, whose Citron Research has been betting against the stock since it traded in the $70 s, was caught...

  • The company said retail industry veteran Pierre Laubies would replace Camillo Pane as its chief executive officer, its fourth CEO in as many years. Coty Chairman Bart Becht is also ceding the role to fellow director Peter Harf, but will stay on the board. Last week, the company said supply chain problems from a trucker strike in Brazil, hurricanes in the United...

  • Nov 8- Coca-Cola Co is planning to launch a range of energy drinks for the first time on its own brand name as it intensifies efforts to break away from its traditional fizzy sodas and shift to health-focused trends. Coke has previously taken a cautious approach to energy drinks as they are wrought with controversy in both the United States and international...

  • *FTSE 100 up 0.2 pct. *Coca-Cola HBC leads FTSE gainers after update. The FTSE 100 rose 0.2 percent and the Euro Stoxx fell by 0.4 percent while Wall Street opened in slightly negative territory.

  • Nov 8- Coca-Cola Co told Reuters on Thursday it is working on plans to launch its first energy drinks under the Coke brand name, jumping into a crowded field as it tries to shift away from fizzy sodas. The world's largest beverage maker declined to provide a timeline for the launch of the drinks, which will be called "Coca-Cola Energy" and "Coca-Cola Energy No Sugar."

  • Nov 8- Coca-Cola Co said on Thursday it plans to launch two energy drinks under its namesake brand, its latest move to diversify away from sugary sodas. Coca-Cola, in an emailed statement, declined to provide a timeline for the launch of the drinks, to be named "Coca-Cola Energy" and "Coca-Cola Energy No Sugar." The beverages would likely have caffeine from...

  • Coke's new products may violate an agreement between the companies that restricts Coca-Cola from making rival energy drinks, Monster Beverage Chief Executive Officer Rodney Sacks said. Any competition with the world's biggest beverage company was a major risk for Monster, Wall Street analysts said after Monster revealed Coke's plans during a conference...

  • LONDON, Nov 8- Soft drink bottler Coca-Cola HBC reported higher quarterly revenue, driven by demand in expanding markets such as Poland, Russia and Nigeria, and stood by its full-year outlook, sending its shares up 5 percent. The bottler of Coca-Cola Co drinks, whose shares had fallen about 19 percent since July, said third-quarter revenue rose 2.6 percent to 1.87...

  • NEW YORK, Nov 7- Michigan's vote Tuesday to become the 10th U.S. state where the recreational use of cannabis is legal is adding more momentum to a trend that some investors now say is inevitable: that marijuana will become legal nationwide within the next 5 years. Investors say that they are watching Canada, where the legal recreational use of marijuana went into...

  • WELLINGTON, Nov 7- Global dairy prices dropped for the sixth time in a row at a fortnightly auction early on Wednesday as prices for a key product, whole milk powder, sank to a two-year low. Prices for whole milk powder, the most heavily traded item, fell 2.9 percent to its lowest since August 2016 and are expected to fall further on strong supply from New Zealand, the...

  • TEGUCIGALPA, Nov 1- Honduran coffee exports soared 91 percent in October compared to the same month a year ago as sellers sold beans left over from the previous harvest, sector officials said on Thursday. Miguel Pon, director of the Honduran coffee exporters association ADECAFEH, said that very little coffee was harvested from farms in October and that most of...

  • Nov 1- Starbucks Corp on Thursday reported a better-than-expected rise in quarterly sales at established stores as it benefited from higher prices in the United States and a rebound in China, sending its shares up nearly 9 percent. "As we enter fiscal 2019, we are executing against a clear growth agenda, with a focus on our long-term growth markets of the U.S. and...