Texas-based Blue Bell Creameries will put its products back on store shelves for sale from Aug. 31 as it tries to restart operations after a Listeria outbreak led to a recall of its products and a hit to its reputation, it said on Monday.
Starting Tuesday, Starbucks will charge 5 to 20 cents more for some of its drinks — mostly hot beverages — at the majority of its U.S. stores.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday made good on its proposal to effectively ban artificial trans fats from a wide range of foods, from microwave popcorn to frozen pizza, saying they raise the risk of heart disease.
PepsiCo has hinted that it will soon resurrect “Crystal Pepsi,” an ill-fated beverage from the 1990s that some customers have been lobbying the company to bring back.
Walking the fine, greasy line between ewww and mmmm comes another hybrid snack that the world has somehow survived without until now: the dausage.
Starbucks introduced six new Frappuccino flavors on Monday, based on their customers’ requests.
Taco Bell is opening a new restaurant in Chicago this summer with alcoholic drinks on the menu.
Just in time for a sweaty summer, Pepsico is eschewing the usual cans and bottles for its upcoming Stubborn Soda, and will sell the new drink strictly through soda fountains.
Olive Garden is finally given into unspoken demands for more breadsticks, but they’re delivering that in the shape of a sandwich with chicken or meatballs in the middle.
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc on Monday said the 46 ingredients used in its roughly 1,800 restaurants were now free of genetically modified organisms, becoming the first major U.S. restaurant chain to make that switch.