The FDA announced that four manufacturers will start to phase-out a potentially harmful substance that is commonly found in fast-food containers, wrappers and pizza boxes.
Dunkin' is launching Free Coffee Mondays -- but it's only for a limited time.
McDonald’s CEO Chris Kempczinski recently spoke about recent decisions the company has made amid the coronavirus pandemic. He specifically suggested that law enforcement may be called during situations when a customer won’t wear a mask.
Starbucks is introducing a new way to get your hands on your favorite latte: curbside pickup.
Trader Joe's seemed to reverse a decision to rebrand some of its international food labels, denying that the packaging is racist.
Dunkin' has come up with another way to give fans a little jolt with breakfast.
The fast food giant is the latest business to announce a mask mandate for customers in order to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
KFC has partnered with a Russian bioprinting company to bring 3D printed chicken nuggets to the table.
U.S. District Judge Robert Pitman of Austin dropped the case Wednesday against former Blue Bell Creameries CEO Paul Kruse because federal prosecutors did not seek an indictment from a grand jury and Kruse's attorneys said he never waived his right to a grand jury indictment.
Many Black-owned businesses are seeing a boost in sales due to the Black Lives Matter movement, including Nimbus Coffee, a Harry Potter-themed coffee shop in downtown Los Angeles that makes its muggle patrons feel the magic of Hogwarts.
Starbucks has announced that customers and employees will be required to wear face masks when they enter stores beginning July 15.
BlaqHaus serves irresistible soul food in North Hollywood and its owner is doing everything she can to offer affordable prices while keeping its doors open amid the pandemic and rolled back reopening guidelines.
The major coffee and doughnut chain announced it will be permanently closing 450 stores by the end of 2020.
Redefine Meat, a food 3D printing company that produces animal-free meat, has announced its first 3D printed plant-based product — the “Alt-Steak.”
The announcement from the fast-food chain comes as multiple areas across the country are reinforcing lockdown restrictions in efforts to clamp down on surging COVID-19 cases.
A group of Little Caesars employees in Ohio have been fired after an offensive anti-Semitic image was allegedly discovered on a Hot N’ Ready pizza that a customer purchased.
A popular taco stand has fallen victim to the coronavirus, but in an unusual way.
Minority-owned businesses have taken a huge hit during the pandemic.
A new restaurant in Echo Park with a European theme has created an innovative way to give its patrons a unique and socially-distanced dining experience.
“The Chapter 11 process will allow us to strengthen our financial structure as we recover from what has undoubtedly been the most challenging event in our company’s history” said CEO David McKillips in a prepared statement.