French dairy maker to appeal to higher authorities after a local court ruled that its estranged Chinese joint venture partner owns the popular Wahaha trademark.
Food maker said Monday it closed an exchange offer for the sale of its Post cereals business to a subsidiary of private-label food maker Ralcorp Holdings Inc.
The beer that made Milwaukee famous is back on shelves again after Schlitz' owner, Pabst Brewing Co., recreated the old formula, using notes and interviews with old brew masters.
Cost of crops and livestock is up 16 percent this year compared to last year, driven higher by rising costs for feedstock and fuel, according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture report.
Officials with the Sorrento Lactalis cheese factory in Nampa say the company will add up to 50 manufacturing jobs in the next two years.
Food Marketing Institute found this year that the number of shoppers who say they are buying more store-brand items has been steadily rising, now up to some 60 percent.
Brewer recorded a 1.6 percent drop in lager consumption from existing businesses in the first quarter as consumers cut back spending in some countries.
Beer maker says it plans to lay off some workers at the former Rolling Rock brewery later this year in order to attract more business and upgrade equipment.
Maker of Budweiser and Michelob beers said its breweries in Houston and Fairfield, Calif. are installing technology using alternative energy that will be running by the year's end.
Spice maker said Wednesday the Federal Trade Commission has given conditional approval to its $604 million buyout of marinade and seasoning maker Lawry's.
California’s Attorney General said he will sue to block a proposed water-bottling operation unless its effects on global warming are evaluated.
Sales declined in the first half of this year as price increases and new restrictions on smoking in bars and restaurants added to the decrease, government figures showed.
Shipment is the first after Seoul and Washington agreed in April to lift the import ban, which was later revised due to large South Korean street protests.
'I think the facts will show there was a poor understanding of the hazards of combustible dust throughout the industry, as well as within OSHA itself,' said John Sheptor.
Despite credit turmoil, mergers and acquisitions in the food industry are increasing as a result of the weakened U.S. dollar attracting more foreign buyers, according to research conducted by Grant Thornton Corporate Finance.
Imperial Sugar CEO said there may be 'significant' penalties proposed when regulators release their findings after investigating a dust explosion that killed 13 workers.
Industry lobbying efforts resulted in a paper record-keeping system that has slowed investigators searching for source of a salmonella outbreak and estimated business losses of $250 million.
Beverage giant has selected Victorville as the location for its new Western manufacturing and distribution hub, serving California and parts of the Southwest.
Food company has agreed to clarify labels showing the amount of whole grain contained in its Soft & Smooth bread.
Government inspectors found the bacteria strain on a Mexican-grown jalapeno pepper handled in Texas and issued a warning for consumers to avoid fresh jalapenos.
Anglo-Dutch consumer and food giant signed a deal to sell its Bertolli olive oil and vinegar business to Spain's Grupo SOS for $999 million.
Czech brewery has been fighting with Anheuser-Busch over the Budweiser brand and said the sale to InBev will not affect the legal battle.
Proper Foods factory that freezes and packs food in Deming, N.M., will be closing, affecting about 130 employees.
Carlos Brito, chief executive of brewer InBev SA, says he doesn't care for perks -- and neither should the people who work for him.