The humans forgot to make automated restaurant Eatsa accessible to the blind, lawsuit claims.
The game changed, and consumers want “yogurts that feel more artisanal.”
The majority of the US egg supply will become cage-free within a decade, but the egg industry says the economics don’t make sense.
Six people who ate the cheese, from New York’s Vulto Creamery, became ill with listeria; two have died.
A drive called #20more is focused on restoring brisk growth to the company, BuzzFeed News has learned.
High-tech farms in urban warehouses can grow 100 times more food using 95% less water than old-fashioned operations depending on soil and sunshine.
Milk is having an almond-flavored identity crisis.
It could just work: 75% of the population live within 3 miles of a McDonald’s.
Early data suggests that people are drinking less soda in places that introduced taxes on sugary drinks.
Consumer perception of the brand fell sharply after it announced plans to hire 10,000 refugees last month, according to daily polling.
Breeding a slower-growing bird could reduce health problems common among today’s birds.
America’s second-largest fried chicken chain is being taken over by a newly-created fast food giant.
Almost 17% of the US workforce was born overseas, as the Day Without Immigrants protests seek to make clear.
Rural America helped hand the election to Trump, but the president’s positions on trade and immigration could be really bad for farmers.
Economist Jeffrey Sachs says the US economy is capable of another jobs boom — but they won’t be on the factory floor, and they probably won’t pay very well.
The company that owns Burger King and Tim Hortons is reportedly in talks to acquire Popeyes.
Thanks to new machines that let customers flavor their drinks however they want, Coca-Cola discovered that what people really wanted was Cherry Sprite.
With a vengeful White House on one side and legions of furious customers and employees on the other, it’s getting harder for brands to stay quietly in the middle.