Chobani files to go public through initial public offering as its yogurt sales rise

Packages of Chobani yogurt sit on the shelf at a grocery store July 7, 2021 in Washington, DC. Drew Angerer | Getty Images Yogurt and oat milk maker Chobani on Wednesday filed to go public on the Nasdaq Exchange under the symbol “CHO,” becoming the latest food and beverage company to try to join the … Read more

Coca-Cola CEO expects to see sporadic product shortages through 2022

James Quincey, the CEO of The Coca-Cola Company, speaks during an interview with CNBC on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange, December 9, 2019. Brendan McDermid | Reuters Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey said Wednesday he expects to see sporadic shortages on grocery shelves through 2022. Like other food and beverage companies, Coke is … Read more

Here’s a ranking of the world’s 50 best restaurants for 2021

An annual list of the world’s 50 best restaurants is back — and for the first time, one city dominated the top two spots. Two restaurants in Copenhagen, Denmark — Noma and Geranium — ranked No. 1 and No. 2 respectively, at “The World’s 50 Best Restaurants” awards ceremony held Tuesday in Antwerp, Belgium. This … Read more

Impossible Foods to launch meatless pork in U.S., Hong Kong and Singapore

Impossible Foods’ latest meatless product is set to hit tables from Thursday: plant-based pork that claims to be tastier and healthier than the real deal. The ground pork product will first be available in restaurants in the U.S., Hong Kong and Singapore, with further plans for retail expansion in those markets in the coming months. … Read more

DoorDash now lets you order alcohol

A DoorDash Inc. delivery person holds an insulated bag at Chef Geoff’s restaurant in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, March 26, 2020. As the wheels of government turn too slowly for small businesses desperate for a piece of the $2 trillion U.S. relief package due to the coronavirus pandemic, restaurateur Geoff Tracy is using GoFundMe … Read more

Looking to vacation for less? Here are the most, and least, affordable destinations in the U.S.

A tourist boat passes cowboy statues along Oklahoma City’s Bricktown Canal. Western heritage is a big draw in Oklahoma’s capital. Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau Ready to head out on vacation after the long pandemic-era drought — but not looking to go broke in the process? Online airport parking platform ParkSleepFly has ranked the … Read more

Cannabis company Tilray acquires majority stake in Medmen in bet on U.S. legalization

Shares of Canadian cannabis company Tilray jumped nearly 5% in extended trading on Tuesday after announcing it acquired a majority stake in American cannabis retailer Medmen. The investment provides Tilray with a retail foothold in the U.S., should cannabis be legalized at the federal level, while Medmen receives much-needed capital to keep its business afloat. … Read more

Fake dairy is creating flavor challenges for food science

A pint of Oatly brand ice cream is arranged for a photograph in the Brooklyn borough of New York, U.S., on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020. Gabby Jones | Bloomberg | Getty Images Tastes change. It’s a mantra applied to most consumer-facing industries. But what if your industry is actual taste — flavor — and your … Read more

PepsiCo and Boston Beer to create alcoholic Mountain Dew drink

The Boston Beer Company and PepsiCo today announced plans to enter a business collaboration to produce HARD MTN DEW alcoholic beverage. Source: Boston Beer Company PepsiCo and Sam Adams brewer Boston Beer are teaming up to create an alcoholic version of Mountain Dew. Boston Beer will develop and produce the drink, called Hard Mtn Dew, … Read more

Tyson Foods will require its U.S. workforce to get vaccinated

The exterior of a Tyson Fresh Meats plant is seen on May 1, 2020 in Wallula, Washington. Over 150 workers at the plant have tested positive for COVID-19, according to local health officials. David Ryder | Getty Images Meatpacker Tyson Foods announced Tuesday that it would require its U.S. employees to be vaccinated fully this … Read more