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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."
A need for natural frostings on the market inspired the founder of Dollop Gourmet to build a better-for-you frosting brand.
With the global population expected to reach 9 billion by 2050, the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that world food production needs to increase by 60-70 percent to meet demand.
Campbell Soup begun the process of selling a number of its brands, including the iconic Arnott's snacking business, which is attracting the attention of companies including Mondelez and Kraft Heinz.
Daniel Loeb's hedge fund, Third Point, has trimmed the number of nominees it is making to the Campbell Soup board to five, sources tell CNBC.
Cold-pressed drink company Suja Life has tapped investment bank Evercore to explore a possible sale of the company, people familiar with the situation tell CNBC.
Researchers at Oxford University want governments around the world to introduce a tax on red and processed meats.
7-Eleven in Indonesia was not like it is in the United States. The convenience store became a trendy hangout spot for consumers, providing them with free Wi-Fi and a seating area to relax. Despite that, the chain exited the country in 2017.
Starbucks drinks that are delivered in China have "the same temperature as if the barista just prepared it," according to CEO Kevin Johnson.
Companies including Coca-Cola and Pepsi-Co are trying to stop municipalities from taxing certain foods and beverages, according to the New York Times.
Jim Cramer explains why he thinks McDonald's has even more upside after its latest earnings report.
The investment in the Californian start-up is believed to be just the first of two tranches.
CNBC Make It spoke to women business owners to find out their secret.
The burger chain reported a same-store sales decline, while Wall Street had expected that key metric to grow. That news outweighed better-than-expected earnings and revenue.
Jim Cramer details how big advertisers are key to the social media company's revival.
Jim Cramer sits down with Wingstop Chairman and CEO Charlie Morrison, who speaks to his company's technological initiatives.