Chinese regulators said this week that rainbow trout can be sold as salmon, according to new standards set by a government-affiliated fish association and 13 commercial fisheries, The New York Times reports. » Read More
By: Michael J. de la Merced
As a hedge against declining beer sales, brewers like Corona, Heineken and Molson Coors are betting on marijuana, The New York Times reports. » Read More
By: Mihir Zaveri
Traces of a controversial herbicide were found in Cheerios, Quaker Oats and other breakfast foods that could increase cancer risk for children. » Read More
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Danish brewer Carlsberg raised its full year profit outlook on Thursday after second-quarter sales beat forecasts on growing demand for its expensive beers in China and strong sales in Russia during the World Cup. » Read More
Major players in the beverage industry will follow Constellation Brands into the cannabis industry, "Bar Rescue" host Jon Taffer told CNBC on Wednesday.
Amid concerns that consumers face too many warnings, a California agency is moving to nullify a judge’s ruling that coffee be accompanied with a cancer notice, The New York Times reports.
Constellation Brands is upping its bet on the cannabis industry, announcing an additional $4 billion stake in Canopy Growth on Wednesday.
Subway has the most locations worldwide of any chain restaurant, beating out second-place McDonald's and third place Starbucks. But it's a hollow victory — while McDonald's and Starbucks grow their sales, Subway's have fallen every year since 2014.
US fans of Guinness won't have to travel to Ireland to indulge in a fresh pint: Guinness just opened a $90 million brewery in Baltimore, USA Today reports.
Kroger's partnership with Alibaba is its latest move to transform itself as it battles Amazon and Walmart.
Plant-based proteins are trending in the US and Starbucks is hopping on board, USA Today reports.
Avocado supply is so tight in New Zealand and demand is so high that there have been a rash of thefts from orchards, The New York Times reports.
Imported premium sparkling water is the fastest growing segment of the bottled water category and Coca-Cola has taken note, Atlanta Business Chronicle reports.
A major Papa Johns franchisee group that represents roughly half the North American system is urging the chain's founder, John Schnatter, to move on from the company.
One winner of McDonald's online ordering contest will win free food "for life," USA Today reports.
J.P. Morgan Chase downgraded Campbell Soup shares to underweight Friday, arguing that the historic food company will be hard-pressed to attract even the most ravenous buyers.
Albertsons Cos last night called off its merger with Rite Aid that would have provided its private equity owners, Cerberus Capital Management , a long-awaited means to unload its more than decade-old investment.
Rite Aid Corporation and Albertsons Companies announced on Wednesday they are terminating their merger agreement the evening ahead of a shareholder vote over the deal.
Here's a dream job: Reynolds Wrap is looking for a chief grilling officer to travel and eat for two weeks, USA Today Reports. The pay is $10,000. Not too shabby for two weeks of eating!
This spring's large E.coli outbreak may have been caused by a large industrial farm in Yuma, Arizona, USA Today reports.