Women to be allowed to use the same entrances as men.
Consumers are urged to throw them away immediately.
Ryan Reynolds' gin brand mocked Peloton’s widely criticized holiday commercial on Friday with a little help from the same actress who appeared in the controversial ad.
Hysteria Brewing Company was preparing to release a beer dubbed “#MVP,” an India pale ale with label artwork that resembled Baltimore Ravens uniforms.
Migos teams with Uber Eats and Popeyes for new menu items in the latest marriage of celebrity and fast food.
Kroger Delivery Kitchen Powered by ClusterTruck will now operate in four cities: Indianapolis, Denver, Columbus, Ohio, and Carmel, Indiana.
These are the top food and drink trends slated for 2020.
The companies together helped influence $8 billion in revenue last year.
The fast-food giant’s Crispy Chicken Sandwich is expected to be a "big U.S. hit for the chain," analysts say.
This is the latest move in a long year including bankruptcy, infighting and sexual harassment lawsuits.
Papa John's founder sues ad agency over secretly taped meeting leak
The burrito chain has nurses on call to verify that an employee is actually sick and not just suffering from a long night out.
The coffee chain adjusted its dress code to allow its employees to wear facial piercings that were once prohibited
The burrito chain said it's looking to boost struggling farmers while sourcing more local food for its restaurants.
Some drinks contain more sugar than is recommended for a full day.
Authorities in Tennessee say an irate woman pointed a gun at fast food workers because they gave her ketchup instead of jelly.
Burger King announced the holiday sweepstakes amidst news of a recent deal to open over 100 locations in Canada over the next five years.
Costco will begin stock Beyond Meat patties, which are plant-based burgers designed to look and taste like ground beef, in select states before making them available to buy nationwide.
You can pick one up at Walmart.
French wine could be faced with tariffs as high as 100 percent, and as a result, U.S. winemakers will see a boost in business.