Restaurant owners and workers are expecting California's stay-at-home order to be lifted sometime Monday.
A generous customer lifted the spirits of an entire Colorado bakery after leaving a tip large enough to send all seven employees home with $200.
Belgian chocolatier Godiva will sell or close all 128 of its North American shops within the next few months, the company said this week.
A Canadian confectioner is hiring chocoholics and candy lovers to test treats for the sweet salary of $30 per hour.
American Airlines is launching a new delivery service that will bring a variety of premium wine offerings straight to your door.
The Girl Scouts are teaming up with GrubHub in order to have their beloved cookies delivered right to your front door.
The founder of a popular and iconic San Fernando Valley restaurant has died, his family announced.
Fans won't be able to catch NBA games at Staples Center anytime soon but the Lakers are keeping some of their food promotions for those cheering from home!
A Washington man decided to create a Flamin’ Hot Cheetos tamale to spice up his family’s Christmas Eve tradition but his family were not so thrilled with his rendition.
Nostalgia junkies rejoice: Doritos 3D are making a comeback at the behest of fans everywhere.
In an interview on Tuesday, Chipotle CEO Brian Niccol said the company will cover any cost employees may accrue to get the vaccine, but it will not mandate that every worker get one.
While more retailers and restaurants than usual may be shutting their doors this Christmas, shoppers and would-be diners aren't completely out of luck.
McDonald’s will be releasing a Spam burger topped with Oreos in China next week.
The people have spoken: Pepsi will be dropping its hot chocolate-flavored “Cocoa Cola” in 2021.
The increase is more than double the current federal minimum hourly wage, for nonexempt employees.
Pepperidge Farm, which operates under the Campbell’s Soup Company, has warned it may experience a shortage of some of their popular cookie items due to the ongoing pandemic.
Following the elimination of a decades-old subsidy to cover the cost of Happy Meal toys, McDonald’s franchisees could potentially raise the price of the Happy Meal.
All of the proceeds will go to Colin Kaepernick's Know Your Rights campaign.
Governor Gavin Newsom's new stay-at-home order is close to becoming a reality for all of Southern California.
Restaurant owners are weary of the thought of having to once again lay off their workers.