Cereal Killers, a new London eatery, has opened serving 120 different types of cereal with 13 different flavors of milk. The cafe is the United Kingdom's first-ever specialty cereal shop. The owner says the cereals come from the U.S., Australia, South Africa and South Korea.
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Every food has its day, and today is National Pastry Day. ABC's Nikki Battiste heads into the...
The FDA recently announced new rules that will require chain restaurants, movie theaters and other retailers who sell prepared foods to use calorie labels. If you’re unsure how the rules break down, here’s a sampling of what will be labeled with calorie information and what won’t.
A Spanish company has combined technology with cuisine to develop the 'Foodini', a 3D printer designed to print the perfect cookie for Santa. Ben Gruber reports.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says that the company's upcoming delivery service will be profitable because 'people will pay an additional surcharge for delivery.'
Shoppers may love their favorite organic food and beverage brands, but this love may quickly dissolve if their go-to brand is scooped up by a major non-organic corporation. Recent data indicates the potential for major financial implications for the acquiring companies.
From hot dogs to shellfish, CNN Money takes a look at some of the weirdest items served at McDonald's worldwide. Would you try any of these dishes?
Mulled wine is a staple of the festive period for many, but not may will be able to afford this Cinnamoney Spiced Wine. The world's most expensive mulled wine will set you back $75 per glass. The drink includes familiar mulling spices such as cloves, bay leaves and cinnamon sticks.
No matter the time of year, indulging in a bowl of creamy ice cream never seems to go out of fashion. As part of National Chemistry Week, the American Chemical Society takes you on a journey from cow to cone as we explore the chemistry of ice cream.
Hosting a party this holiday season? Looka Patisserie, a small maker of desserts, is trying to tempt you to visit Walmart to pick up its treats. Looka Patisserie's President and CEO Marta Spasic and CEO Frank Spasic talk to Bloomberg's Julie Hyman.
Martin Riese is the only certified water sommelier in America. Who knew water could be described as sweet, fruity, earthy, salty, bitter, smooth, etc.? As a water sommelier, Riese gets to use his palate to try out the many different waters of the world.
Some of the most well-known whiskeys today were either founded, owned, managed or saved by women. As Michelle Miller reports, there are even clubs to experience and learn about different whiskeys and whiskey cocktails.
You know that feeling when you pop a mint in your mouth and suddenly your mouth is a winter wonderland of soothing flavor? SciShow explains the chemistry behind why minty things taste "cool" and spicy things taste "hot." Let's take a look!
Beer is not just for drinking anymore. ABC's Hamish Macdonald goes inside the spa where a bathtub of hops is part of the beautify regimen in the Czech Republic.
We are constantly on the run; snacking as we go. According to The Guardian, as increasing numbers of us become obese, food manufacturers want us to think it is our fault — all while aggressively marketing more junk to satiate our new eating habits.
Stephen Colbert of the late-night show "The Colbert Report" is "so excited" about a new beverage scientifically and specifically engineered to make you feel like you're being healthy. What is it? Well, technically it's milk.
Making a bet that consumers want a unique experience and high-end, expensive coffee, Starbucks is opening a new Roastery in Seattle. CEO Howard Schultz gives Poppy Harlow a tour.
In honor of National Chemistry Week, the American Chemical Society paid a visit to the candy capital of the U.S. - Hershey's. We talked with scientist Jeff Hurst, Ph.D., and researcher Paula Gibson about everything that goes into making massive amounts of candy, chocolate and mints.
Somewhere your grandmother is saying: I told you so! The hottest new health craze is so old school, but bone broth isn't just for colds anymore. Now, consumers are saying it helps with joint paint, leaky gut and even helps your hair and nails grow.
Pizza Hut's Head Chef Wiley Bates III leads a culinary team in Plano, Texas, charged with finding a scalable way to improve the brand's pizza. Christina Alesci from CNN Money visits the test kitchen to taste the company's new pizzas.
It might look like a coffee machine, but this technology is designed to enhance the taste of your favorite beer. Now, beer-drinkers could have the opportunity to personalize the taste of their favorite brew if pubs adopt new technology at the pump.
Check out the top ten trends spotted at this year's Pack Expo. We look at smart conveyors, fog computing, friendly robots, the Food Safety Modernization Act, the skills gap, the omnipresent Internet of Things, and other exciting ideas and products.