Baseball players used to chew tobacco, but times are changing and an old school favorite is on the rise again. You can get a genuine taste of what it’s like in the major leagues by just buying a pouch of “big league chew.” David Begnaud reports from Harlem on how it is made.
Oregon-based Ninkasi Brewing Company just released 'Ground Control,' a beer made with yeast that...
KIND's founder and CEO Daniel Lubetzky says his company has roughly doubled in size every year...
Kevin Sullivan, chief technology officer at Keurig Green Mountain, maker of single-serve coffee...
In this digital world full of bloggers and self-proclaimed experts, it's almost impossible for consumers to see through all that misinformation. So how can supermarkets help?
How the Hostess Twinkie grew from a Great Depression experiment to a billion dollar brand.
Eating healthier isn't just about fat, salt and sugar. Flavorings could be fueling America’s obesity epidemic. Americans add nearly 600 million pounds of flavorings to food each year, everything from syrups to spices to sauces.
PROCESS EXPO is the largest trade show in North America dedicated exclusively to the global food and beverage industry.
As powdered caffeine grows in popularity, so too does the concern over fatal overdoses. Hospitals all across the country are seeing a rise in people seeking emergency medical attention.
A Washington state man has invented a machine that extracts beneficial nutrients from old veggies and scraps and turns them into something incredibly useful.
Have you ever wondered how the products you use and eat every day are made? How It's Made leads you through the process of how deli meats are manufactured.
Consumers are using their smartphones more than ever. According to a recent study, mobile is the fastest growing method of shopping around the world. About 67 percent of shoppers now use their mobile devices to enhance their shopping experience.
Every week, popular food products are being pulled off supermarket shelves and marked as "inedible" thanks to undeclared allergens, the daunting presence of deadly bacterium and bits of metal, plastic or other foreign matter that doesn't belong in food.
In January, Chipotle halted sales of pork at hundreds of its restaurants, saying one of its suppliers wasn't adhering to its strict standards. Just what makes Chipotle's pork so special? Bloomberg's Julie Hyman traveled to Iowa to find out.
In the late 1990s, Silicon Valley entrepreneur Dave Asprey was overweight and struggling to stay focused. Many adventures later, his "bio-hacking" endeavors led him to create Bulletproof Coffee, a brew he claims gives you steady energy throughout the day and suppresses your appetite for hours.
The National Association of Manufacturers released a new study that confirms our worst fears: the ozone regulation under consideration by EPA right now will be the most expensive regulation of all time. This could cost manufacturing and the total U.S. economy a solid $140 billion per year.
Today, April 20, marks five years since what has been described as the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history; the BP oil spill. WCTV takes a look back at how the local fishing industry has recovered since then.
Consumers may say they want healthy foods, but does this translate to snack time? Shoppers may seek out healthy food, but when they want to snack its the unhealthy options that seem to get the attention.
As the soda market flattens, CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci explains why Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are trying to attract health-conscience millennials with ready-to-drink teas.
Tea sales in the U.S. have increased five-fold in 25 years to more than $10 billion a year. The trendy import from ancient Japan is poised to break through, thanks to its caffeine kick and health benefits. Vinita Nair reports on the specialty brew.
One vision of the future of industry could mean fewer workers, more machines and full automation.
3D printing pioneers say their technology can return us to our pre-industrial roots, where customized designs trump mass production.
At Dominique Ansel Bakery in downtown Manhattan, bakers work to all hours of the night to keep up with demand. In the first installment of the Eureka! series, Bloomberg takes you behind the creation of Ansel's most desired pastry: the Cronut.
Snack foods are a $374 billion market and Kind thinks it has found a way to raise the bar. Kind can be found in more than 150,000 retail stores and sales have nearly doubled in the last year. CEO Daniel Lubetzky discusses the company's snack products.