The Buddy Brew will expand one of its Tampa, Fla., coffee shops, with additional seating (from 14 seats to 45) to start.
International Food Club, an Orlando-area grocery store and warehouse, has launched a new e-commerce site, giving customers throughout the U.S. access to imported international food products.
Extending its push for stricter naming conventions on American-made foods, the European Union is now aiming for the meat market.
Cups, a mobile app that allows subscribers to pay a set amount for unlimited coffee at independent coffee shops, has launched in New York City.
Milwaukee County may help an Asian market on Milwaukee’s northwest side seek a state grant for a $4.1 million expansion that would create more than 200 jobs.
NatureBox has raised $18 million in Series B funding to help hit its goal of shipping 3 million of its healthy snack boxes to customers.
The Tennessee House approved a measure that would allow grocery stores to sell beer with more than 5 percent alcohol content.
North Carolina is leading the food hub movement of the past five years, according to Doug O'Brien, the U.S. Department of Agriculture deputy undersecretary of rural development.
Boulder, Colo.'s city manager approved a business incentive of up to $25,000 for Boulder Homemade, the maker of Boulder Ice Cream.
This year’s Artisan Producer Festival, held by Pastoral Artisan Cheese, Bread & Wine, could prove to be a more spirited event than ever before, and not only because of the record crowd of 15,000 expected to invade Chicago for the specialty food gathering.
Bay Area specialty food retailer A.G. Ferrari recently announced a new leadership team as part of its ambitious program to revitalize and restore the 95-year-old brand as a true neighborhood cafe and purveyor of authentic, high-quality Italian fare.
Peet's Coffee & Tea plans to open 20 stores in Chicago this year as part of its expansion.
Blue Bottle Coffee is acquiring two Los Angeles coffee businesses, Handsome Coffee Roasters and Tonx.
The online review site is under fire for some alleged business practices.
The Fare Trade, a new Los Angeles based startup, launched in March, sources small-batch culinary goods from across the country for delivery to consumers' homes.
Ari Weinzweig, co-founder of Zingerman’s, will visit Breakwater School in Portland, Maine, to talk about the model for success he has developed that has helped take Zingerman's Deli from a 25-seat, 4-person startup to a nationally recognized, $55 million organization employing more than 600 people.
Italian food emporium Eataly, based in New York City, is looking to bring its market concept to Washington, D.C.
Availability of Torie & Howard’s organic and kosher certified hard candy continues to expand with the addition of new distribution in eastern and western states and new retail placements across the country, including in Wegmans and Sprouts.
The Wisconsin Cheese Castle is set to open April 15 in Michigan Center, says owner David Zemer.
On a trip to the University of Michigan to talk about a campaign to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10, President Barack Obama stopped for lunch.
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