Coffee prices on their way up

Apr 25, 2011
Thanks to unusual temperatures and rainfall, coffee production is falling in some parts of the world, just as emerging markets like India and China are embracing the drink.
Posted In: Food

The return of oyster po' boy

Apr 22, 2011
A year after the BP oil spill, the Gulf Coast oyster -- and the oyster po' boy -- are back. Though maybe not like you remember.
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Are French fries a victim of the economy?

Apr 21, 2011
Sales of frozen fries to restaurants are down.
Posted In: Food

The S. Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants

Apr 19, 2011
Many restaurants boast having the greatest "something" in the world -- coffee, pie, meatloaf. But only 50 restaurants are lucky enough to make S....
Posted In: Food, lists, restaurants

The royal wedding gets 'cheesy'

Apr 18, 2011
The upcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton has been immortalized in many ways -- from the traditional commemorative coin and china...
Posted In: Food, Kate Middleton, Papa Johns, pizza, Prince Williams, royal, Royal wedding

Apple juice to join commodities trading

Apr 14, 2011
Move over orange juice. An American commodities exchange plans to let traders also bet on the future price of apple-juice concentrate.
Posted In: Food, Investing

Can fake chicken feed the world?

Apr 14, 2011
With growing global demand for meat and its significant environmental concerns, fake soy "chicken" may be better than the real bird.
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The Future Is... Fake Chicken

Apr 14, 2011
You may have heard Adriene Hill's story on fake chicken on the Marketplace Morning Report. But, why chow down on something fake when you can get...
Posted In: chicken, fake chicken, fake meat, Food, sustainability, vegan, vegetarian, video

Coppola makes leading wine expert a deal he can't refuse

Apr 12, 2011
Francis Ford Coppola, director of film classics like "The Godfather," has lured famed wine expert Phillippe Bascaules away from France to revive his Napa Valley winery.
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All food prices are not created equal

Apr 6, 2011
Wheat up! Corn up! Onions up! Why the price of food commodities does not always translate to the price of food.
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