Java giant Starbucks is popping into the fading soft-drink market, where sales by PepsiCo and Coca-Cola feel more flat than sparkling.
Coca-Cola reported a lower profit and revenue in the third quarter as global soda volume remained flat.
Ice cream maker Ben & Jerry's will keep its Hazed & Confused flavor name over protests that it makes light of campus hazing.
With McDonald's in its worst sales slump in 10 years, franchise owners really want new items to lure customers. What they have are Monopoly and the McRib.
Toyota is recalling 247,000 cars in the U.S. because of potentially defective front passenger air bag inflators that can rupture and spray metal shrapnel.
Amazon brings its same-day grocery delivery service to New York City after years of testing in Washington state and California.
Starbucks says it will start letting customers across the country place orders ahead of time on their smartphones by next year.
The lack of water is forcing many California pumpkin growers to embrace the possibility of plowing over their pumpkin patches sooner than later.
Toyota says it will recall 1.67 million vehicles to fix three separate defects including a faulty master cylinder that could hinder the brake's performance.
Whole Foods plans to start rolling out a system that ranks fruits and vegetables as good, better or best based on the supplier's farming practices.
The SunBurst products potentially contaminated with listeria were distributed in four Southern states to be sold in vending machines and convenience stores.
An activist investor has won all of the board seats for Olive Garden parent company Darden Restaurants, according to results announced by the company.
Early adapters of Keurig 2.0 and competitors hate the system's new rights management technology, which limits the use of the brewer.
Investors should consider themselves fortunate that PepsiCo has diversified beyond its flagging flagship soda business.
Large restaurant chains are slimming down new items amid pending federal regulations about menu labeling, a new study finds.
Nearly half of Americans have cut back on spending, including for travel, food and health care, in order to afford their technology, a survey finds.
Apparently, the FDA had to tell the folks at the Well Luck Co. fortune cookie factory that it's not the Year of the Rat. The factory was infested with them.
Burger King has drawn attention in Japan by offering a burger with a black bun, black cheese and black sauce. So McDonald's followed suit.
For the Shattos, the need to reinvent the family business came about a dozen years ago when their dairy farm faced an uncertain future. Here's their story.
A Texas meat processing plant recalls 23,100 pounds of beef trimmings products for possible contamination with E.coli bacteria, the federal government says.
A truck containing 37,000 pounds of now-rotten chicken may have sat in a Montana truck stop for a month while its driver demanding money from his employer.
Coca-Cola wowed fans by bringing back Surge, which sold out at Amazon. PepsiCo should follow, perhaps with Crystal Pepsi, Apple Slice, Josta or Pepsi Blue.
Crylamide is a byproduct of coffee bean roasting. It's also a carcinogen, and in California, foods containing carcinogens require warning labels.