A North Dakota Pepsi distributor is accusing the soft drink company of breaking a 60-year-old contract on exclusive sales rights.
A year after a federal jury convicted him of crimes behind a salmonella outbreak blamed for killing nine people and sickening hundreds more, former peanut executive Stewart Parnell returns to court facing possible imprisonment for the rest of his life. A sentencing hearing was scheduled for Monday in Albany, Georgia, for the 61-year-old former owner of Peanut Corporation of America.
Burger King is reportedly preparing to celebrate Halloween by offering its U.S. customers a chance to try a "black burger." The fast food chain debuted the unique-looking hamburger in Japan. The first iteration of the "Kuro" used bamboo charcoal to create black buns and infused its sauce with squid link.
Baking and snack manufacturers will leave Las Vegas with food for thought.
The new owners of Mister Bee Potato Chips want to bring the company back to the forefront of people's minds.
Molson Coors' shares closed at an all-time high Friday on increased investor hope that the brewer will gain control of MillerCoors, its joint venture with SABMiller in the United States.
Coca-Cola was notified by the IRS that it owes $3.3 billion more in federal taxes, as well as interest, for 2007 to 2009, the company said Friday.
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A California company has recalled several brands of soft cheeses after they were linked to 24 illnesses around the country over the last five years, including a 2012 death in Ohio.
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Aspen Foods remains confident in the safety of its raw, breaded, stuffed chicken breast products, which were produced in full compliance with U.S. Department of Agriculture regulations and inspected and passed by USDA, the company said Friday in a statement.
Preliminary numbers released Thursday by the U.S. Labor Department showed a sharp increase in the number of workplace fatalities in private-sector goods production in 2014.
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Hostess is back in the bread market, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.
Congress is deciding whether it wants another pitched battle with first lady Michelle Obama and the administration over school lunches that put more whole grains in kids' meals and cut salty foods.
A group of organic thought leaders looked into the future on Thursday and agreed that major challenges need to be overcome for organic to fulfill its potential and move significantly beyond its position of nearly five percent of the U.S. food supply.
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Candy making fuels the American economy to great effect, according to a new report released today by the National Confectioners Association.
A coalition of advocacy groups took most of the country's top restaurant chains to task this week for the use of antibiotics by their meat suppliers.
The Beer Institute commends the Food and Drug Administration on two significant announcements, both of which are important to America's beer brewers, importers and suppliers.