Mars is expanding its factory in Illinois to create more Skittles. Wrigley Americas President Casey Keller, discusses the popularity of the sweet candy.
CAVU Venture Partners' Rohan Oza, discusses the hottest healthy food and beverage trends right now.
Pork is one of the best performing commodities this year. CNBC's Kate Kelly reports from the World Pork Expo in Iowa, on increased demand of lean hogs.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports from the World Pork Expo on the soaring prices for lean hogs as Chinese pork demand grows.
Des Hague has been hired as CEO of a frozen food company two years after a viral video exposed him kicking a pal's pooch.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports from the first Whole Foods 365 store on the grocery chain's push towards affordability and taking market share away from lower-cost competitors.
Authorities are trying to limit listeria-linked illnesses and deaths amid the massive frozen foods recall.
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses Whole Food's move to replace industry-standard bred chickens with slower growing varieties.
The food maker is voluntarily recalling nearly 3 million boxes of frozen meals.
The sandwich chain works to make all of its meats antibiotic free by 2025.
U.S. chocolate maker says it's recalling candy bars and other items in 55 countries after plastic was found in one of its products.
Jeffrey Ettinger, Hormel Foods chairman & CEO, and Jim Snee, Hormel Foods president & COO, discuss the company's bountiful earnings and ability to expand the franchise through acquisitions. Hormel's a lot more than Spam, says Ettinger.
Researchers developed the eco-friendly 'cultured beef' to meet rising global meat demand.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on another outbreak of avian influenza prompting the culling of 250,000 turkeys.
Singha Asia on Friday signed a $1.1 billion strategic deal with Vietnam's Masan Group to buy stakes in two of the consumer goods firm's units.
Turkey is a firm favorite at Christmas, but game meat is enjoying a resurgence of popularity in Britain, according to a new report from Mintel.
Alexia Howard, senior food research analyst at Sanford Bernstein, explains why investors are keen for Yum to split its fast-growing businesses from the more challenging units.
Women's Health reports that indulging meatless diets, while having undeniable health virtues, also come with key risks.
The two abandon plans to combine after the Department of Justice voiced antitrust concerns.
The packaged foods company decides to implement a 2-for-1 stock split.