H.J. Heinz Co. said Thursday that its fourth-quarter net income dropped 22 percent on productivity-related charges, but its adjusted results beat analysts' estimates.
A new reports indicates that dairy stakeholders may not be getting their fair share of Farm Bill outlays and that the Dairy Market Stabilization program included in the Farm Bill would have limited the milk supply to processors nearly one-fifth of the time over the last six years.
The Small Business Administration is probably best known for the loans it makes to small businesses, but Karen Mills, the head of the SBA, also focuses on counseling and mentoring services that are available to business owners, and where they can go to find that help.
Gloom infects the hard-working shrimp and crab docks of this gritty fishing town as the second full year of fishing since BP's catastrophic oil spill kicks into high gear.
Kraft Foods Inc. says shareholders approved the name "Mondelez" for its new global snack food business, which may put to rest the snickering that initially greeted the name.
Texas lawmakers should pass laws that make it easier to produce and sell fruit and vegetables in poor communities to promote better health, farmers and activists testified Tuesday.
Charles MacLean is out of his element in Cannes, a town consumed by cinema and celebrity. His element is Scotch whisky — "uisge beatha," he says, giving it its Gaelic name. The water of life.
Russia's prime minister paid a visit Wednesday to a farm that has imported cattle from the United States and also some American cowboys to help the Russians develop their struggling meat industry.
Usually fishermen in Lafitte, La., are upbeat and busy in May, the month when shrimpers get back to work in Louisiana’s rich waters. But this spring, catches are down, docks are idle and anxiety is growing that the ill effects of the BP spill may be far from over.
Thumbs up and thumbs down for the foods and beverages trends we’ve applauded and booed in our more than 20 years immersed in the exploration of mainstream and fringes of food culture. Here is a sampling of trends that have influenced food culture in sweet and sour ways.
Lettuce that had been recalled over fears of Listeria contamination was served at Iowa City Community School District schools.
Indonesianfoodmart.com announced the recall of Tempeh Starter Yeast and Super Starter Yeast on Tuesday. The products were distributed nationwide and abroad and were imported from Indonesia.
While the number of dairy cows in the U.S. hasn't changed much, the number of dairy farms has been dropping as small farms either go out of business or consolidate to become more competitive and cost effective.
Ralcorp Holdings Inc. has completed its acquisition of cookie company Petri Baking Products Inc., the food maker said on Wednesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Workers at a Kansas slaughterhouse are seeking unpaid wages and overtime from National Beef Packing Co. in a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday on behalf of some 2,000 employees at the firm's Liberal plant.
Foodmaker Hormel Foods Corp. said Wednesday its fiscal second-quarter profit rose 17 percent, boosted by strong results at its Jennie-O Turkey Store business and higher demand for Spam.
Champion cheese sculptor Troy Landwehr carves Lesley Yamasaki's head from a block of cheese to feature on select Cheez-It boxes. Yamasaki cast the most votes for winning "Top Cheese" Hot & Spicy in the Cheez-It Facebook contest.
ConAgra Foods Inc. has acquired the pita chip business of Kangaroo Brands for an undisclosed sum, the food company announced Tuesday.
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in California, in partnership with DOI's Bureau of Reclamation, is providing funds to improve the efficiency of agricultural water use in five select locations throughout California.