As more guys shop, stores are starting to cater to their habits and tastes. Beer and cheese soup, anyone?
You may think you're immune to transparent sales pitches, but the tactics restaurants use to nudge you into spending more may be subtler than you realize.
Qdoba succeeds by charging a single price for entrees based on the initial protein, letting customers pile on the extras, such as guacamole or queso.
A $1.15 billion deal places a venerable firm that makes high-quality, lower-cost cereal in the hands of Post Holdings, a big, but not that big, firm.
At least eight recalls involve cumin-flavored soups, meats, Tex-Mex items, Indian dishes and other foods with unlabeled amounts of peanut protein.
Twenty-two community, farm, faith, food and hunger groups protest Post's purchase of Mom Brands, saying the deal is certain to raise cereal prices.
These dozen pantry staples will make healthy and filling meals, especially when you're just creatively combining ingredients.
On Wall Street this week, a leading toymaker grows at a time when its rivals are reeling and a home goods retailer fails to live up to its promises, again.
Despite what some people say, experts argue that organic chocolate doesn't taste better just because the ingredients are organic. So why spend the money?
Coca-Cola reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit Tuesday as it worked to trim costs and fetched higher prices for sodas in North America.
McDonald's says that a key global sales metric fell 1.8 percent in January, continuing to be weighed down by struggles in Japan and China.
Pepperidge Farm is recalling about 46,000 packages of bagels because they may contain peanuts or almonds that could set off a serious allergic reaction.
As Steve Easterbrook readies to take the McDonald's helm on March 1, the company already has adopted some of his novel approaches more widely.
A federal appeals court rules that advertising claims for POM Wonderful juice were deceptive in asserting that it curbs health risks and is proven to work.
Campbell Soups says it will reorganize its business into product divisions, as it focuses on growth areas in the face of cooling soup sales.
The new Get Real social media campaign fights is intended to drown out detractors with positive posts about the nutritional benefits of milk.