St. Louis-based restaurant Lona’s Lil Eats filed a lawsuit against DoorDash this week, saying the delivery company has been incorrectly listing non-partner restaurants as “too far away.”
Maine's lobster fishermen braced for a difficult summer this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, but then the unexpected happened. They kept catching lobsters, and people kept buying them.
In New York City’s Upper West Side, Café du Soleil has taken to the forefront of creative problem-solving with plastic bubble dining pods dubbed as “space bubbles” to cushion the transition to colder and more hostile climates.
Darden Restaurants CEO Gene Lee told investors Thursday that the Times Square Olive Garden is hemorrhaging money amid the pandemic.
The employee reportedly says she was let go from the company after a white customer threatened to call Whataburger’s corporate office about her Black Lives Matter mask, which after a series of events led her managers to fire her and call the police on her.
The National Confectioners Association recently reported that Halloween candy and chocolate sales were up 13%.
In a unanimous vote Tuesday night, the Berkeley City Council passed the “healthy checkout” ordinance, which will prohibit large grocery stores from selling food and beverages deemed unhealthy in a 3-foot radius from the checkout.
These days, the pandemic is determining how and what we eat, from quick shortcuts to slow cookers.
McDonald's is reportedly testing out a new food rewards program to boost sales during the pandemic.
Smoke from this year's blazes has been especially bad — thick enough to obscure vineyards drooping with clusters of grapes almost ready for harvest
Popular Laird Superfood products include its line of coffee creamers, performance mushroom blends and coconut water.
Civil unrest coupled with the coronavirus pandemic have been a “punch in the gut,” Kentucky restaurant owner Sam Cruz said on Wednesday.
Subway operators are pushing back at the sandwich chain for mandating it repay royalties fees and resume pre-COVID-19 hours.
Heavy ground smoke clouded Hanson Vineyards in Oregon’s picturesque Willamette Valley for more than a week following a Labor Day windstorm that kicked up wildfires across the western United States.
Packaging with the new name will hit stores next year
Chipotle announced Tuesday that it was bringing back its popular meat option, carne asada, to U.S. menus.
Sizzler, the steakhouse chain known for its grilled meats and giant salad bars, filed for bankruptcy Monday after the coronavirus pandemic shuttered its restaurants and strained its finances.
The Coca-Cola Co. is hoping to take a swig of the hard-seltzer market with the release of its first U.S. alcoholic offering in decades.
It's a four-point increase over July, the NYC Hospitality Alliance reports.
Inflated food court fare may be a matter of life and death at Costco.