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Research has found that U.S. retail chains charge nearly-identical prices across stores, despite variation in customer income.
The overall produce category grew $13.2 billion between 2012 and 2016, and branded products are leading the growth: Nielsen.
Greg Steltenpohl, co-founder of Califia Farms, knows how to create a beverage empire. He's done it before with Odwalla.
Nutella has a new recipe, and people are not happy.
Britain's Marks & Spencer on Wednesday reported a 5.3 percent fall in first-half profit, a second straight decline.
President Donald Trump, a picky eater, was served grilled beef with 360 year-old soy sauce at Tuesday's state dinner in South Korea.
Blue Apron shares fell to new lows Tuesday after its CEO said its new fulfillment center was a drag on profits.
Labor will be Shake Shack's greatest headwind for the next couple of years, said CEO Randy Garutti.
Moet & Chandon wine quality manager Marie-Christine Osselin can taste up to 50 wines in a day.
Jim Cramer unpacked the contradictory moves in the stocks of Activision Blizzard and Starbucks after their respective earnings reports.
A new study reveals that just seeing the word "snack" on a food label may lead consumers to eat more, Newsweek reports.
DiGiorno has gone on a Twitter offensive against Papa John's after founder John Schnatter criticized NFL protests.
Barilla CEO Claudio Colzani tells CNBC on how he instills innovation into his company.
Amazon will stop Fresh grocery delivery service to customers in certain zip codes.
Starbucks reported revenue that missed analysts' expectations on Thursday, sending shares down nearly 6 percent.
Whole Foods announced it will fill 6,000 jobs Thursday in a push Amazon is calling "National Hiring Day."
Before new Lay's chip flavors hit shelves, they must be fine-tuned in Frito-Lay's test kitchen. The first step? Creating the real dish.
Blue Apron's customer base is shrinking, but those who are staying are spending more.
The food industry is changing faster than ever before, said outgoing Mondelez CEO Irene Rosenfeld.
Mall owners who host the truck have been asked not to do so this holiday season.
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