beverage

Mexican Coca-Cola Is Finding Sweet Success in the U.S.

The Mexican version -- made with cane sugar instead of high-fructose corn syrup and served in glass bottles rather than plastic -- is making great inroads in the U.S. market. And it's not just Hispanic consumers who are buying.

The Food Emporium Could Be Up for Sale

Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., owner of the A&P supermarket chain, may sell its Food Emporium stores as the 151-year-old company continues to try to turn around its finances by cutting costs and revamping leadership.

Breakfast Appetites Feed Restaurant Profits

U.S. restaurants' breakfast sales have been rising, while lunch and dinner counts have fallen, according to a recent report. So eateries are battling it out in the morning, especially over the item Americans are increasingly fond of -- the breakfast sandwich.

The revolution drinks tea

In a trendy beverage progression he describes as "Red Bulls, coffee, and everything else," Digg founder Kevin Rose has now arrived at an ancient...