After a strategic review, eBay, Inc.'s board of directors approved a spin-off of PayPal into a publically traded company.
An unprecedented demand from consumers for more supply chain information is driving a new wave of tools that offer plenty of reasons for producers to get onboard.
European Union members are concerned that its plan to create the world's largest free-trade area with the U.S. could compromise European standards for food safety, among other issues.
The ubiquitous customer loyalty punch card has a new business-boosting platform.
A.G. Ferrari reopened three locations in San Francisco this weekend, following a temporary closure to refresh store designs.
A new grocery store in Berlin is drawing attention less for what it has than for what it lacks: any and all disposable packaging.
A craft beer business has become the first to take advantage of a new equity crowdfunding law in Wisconsin.
Hunger and food insecurity issues in the U.S. have gained national attention in recent years, with an onslaught of films, books, and campaigns spearheaded by the likes of celebrity chefs and First Lady Michelle Obama.
A research team at Oxford University may have discovered the origin of at least some peanut allergies.
A Chicago non-profit, FamilyFarmed.org, is starting a food incubator program to help small food businesses get started.
The city of Birmingham, Ala., is considering creating mobile food markets, made from repurposed transit authority buses.
The New Hampshire state legislature is looking into writing a bill that would allow multiple farm stands to create storefronts without being considered retail locations.
HowGood launched a mobile app that rates food products on their sustainability, social impact, environmental friendliness and healthfulness that can be used by food co-ops and grocers for a subscription.
Haven's Candies in Westbrook, Maine, was acquired by Erin Collins, a Freeport, Maine, resident who was in the financial services industry for 15 years.
A Taste of Germany, an industry event introducing German producers and their specialties to the U.S. marketplace, is coming to New York in October.
President Obama declared areas of California a major disaster site after a 6.0-magnitude earthquake hit Napa last month.
A Montreal-based online marketplace is helping farmers cut out the middleman and sell directly to restaurants and other distributors.
Voters in Alaska, Arkansas, Nebraska, and South Dakota will vote on minimum wage initiatives in November, with activists on both sides of the issue claiming the proposals have a good chance of passing.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is working to expand its reporting on local and organic foods to adhere to a farm bill directive.
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a bill that prohibits companies from silencing or penalizing consumers who engage in posting negative online reviews.
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