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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.
3G Capital sold 7 percent of its stake in Kraft Heinz Tuesday.
Forget Vandelay Industries. “Seinfeld” star Jason Alexander is going to work for KFC as the new Col. Sanders, Louisville Business First reports.
Kroger is exploring selling Turkey Hill as it bulks up its grocery business to compete with Amazon and Walmart.
Even at companies run by prominent women, why is a female leader hardly ever replaced by another woman?
Jim Cramer is explaining why buyers are forgiving and forgetting Disney’s troubles ahead of its third-quarter earnings.
Jim Cramer talks about his personal experience with outgoing PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi.
The weight-loss company's earnings beat analysts' expectations, but the number of subscribers edged lower from the previous quarter.