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Somebody Feed Phil showcases 6 cities where the Everybody Loves Raymond creator eats an assortment of food from high-end restaurants to street vendors.
Grocery chain Kroger has considered buying online wholesaler Boxed, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Another yogurt company has put itself up for sale, amid a spate of M&A
In areas with a Lidl store, rival grocers cut prices about 9 percent compared with other markets, a study found.
Jim Cramer dished on how Domino’s Pizza was able to outperform index funds despite the increasingly difficult environment.
Jim Cramer spoke with Domino's Pizza CEO Patrick Doyle to discuss his recently announced departure from the company.
Chocolatier Hershey will fall in 2018 as people continue to shift toward healthier snacks, according to Morgan Stanley.
Avocado sales to China are expected to more than double this year as demand from the expanding middle-class population continues to grow.
Food giant Nestle plans to pick a buyer for its U.S. chocolate business by the end of this week in a deal expected to top $2.5 billion.
The new fruity flavors will arrive on shelves later this month, USA Today reports.
Newman's Own must break up the company if it can't get Congress to fix the tax glitch soon.
Amazon's entry into grocery has prompted traditional grocers to experiment with delivery.
A new Silicon Valley craze could make people sick.
Uncertainty over the NAFTA trade deal hangs over agriculture as President Trump prepares to address the nation's top farm group Monday.
Nestle's US candy business makes sweets including Butterfinger, Baby Ruth, Sno-Caps and Laffy Taffy.
Coravin's latest product, on display at CES, reseals the wine without popping the cork.
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