Bitcoin’s market value is now larger than Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley at $136bn.
Nestle is moving away from its global nutrition business to a more local model as it reacts to the current inward-looking mood which seems to be sweeping through many countries, Nestle established its global Nutrition business 11 years ago, when global was the name of the game.
A myriad of workplace sexual harassment allegations around the world have have caused some to wonder which companies are actually encouraging, rather than limiting, female professional development.
November is World Vegan Month, and to mark the occasion the UK’s Vegan Society has unveiled two new initiatives: V Nutrition and Vegan on the Go.
London now exceeds World Health Organization (WHO) quotas for air pollution levels according to the city's mayor Sadiq Khan.
The latest addition to the list of wonder ingredients -- honey -- is being used for health, beauty, and even sport and as an alternative to refined sugar.
China is witnessing a technological boom in its shops and restaurants – and human staff are being edged out.
Once upon a time venturing out for a beer meant selecting from a range of the same veteran, tried and tested brand.
There are almost 14,000 coffee shops in the UK.
The majority of people say that they rely heavily on time saving products and services according to research by GlobalData – but the primary reason they use these products is not to make more time but rather to simplify their lives.
In an online post The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has suggested that soda over indulgence has led to a higher level of failed physical tests amongst new recruits.
There is such a thing as too much technology as the makers of the Juicero Press juicer have just found out.
People in Asia are more likely to find gluten-free labels appealing than the global average, according to a recent GlobalData survey.
Blockchain, the technology that powers cryptocurreny bitcoin, will soon be helping food and drink companies to improve their ability to track and trace products throughout the supply chain.
People are currently riding a wave of nostalgia.
McDonald’s has taken the unexpected step of closing 169 outlets in India, a market where it has been steadily losing ground to competitors following a series of disputes with local management.
Beer giant Carling -- owned by Molson Coors -- has sidestepped a £50m tax payment in the UK by putting advertising Carling as four percent alcohol proof (ABV) when it's actually been just 3.7 percent since 2012.
Soft drinks sales have fallen in the UK every year since 2012.
Singapore has announced a plan to limit the amount of sugar in soft drinks by 2020, teaming up with the likes of Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and Nestle and getting them to agree to cap added sugar in drinks at 12 percent.
The Dutch egg scandal has become a global concern and it has led to consumer trust in European food producers dropping.
Most companies go out of their way to avoid controversy, especially controversy rooted in polarising social issues.
Olive oil prices have skyrocketed this year as unfavourable weather conditions, and persistent droughts restrict supply; while demand has been rapidly growing in emerging economies, such as Brazil and China.
Starbucks is going to start using artificial intelligence (AI), rolling out a new cloud-based program called Digital Flywheel to its mobile app in the Autumn.
Amid the chaos in war-stricken Eastern Ukraine, an enterprising businessman has started a doppelganger McDonald’s franchise: DonMak.
There will be cause for celebration at Amazon India this month, with the online retail giant getting a green light for an online grocery business on the subcontinent – population 1.3bn – as well as investing fresh capital into its payment arm.
Younger people – often called millennials and roughly defined as 18 to 34-year-olds – are more concerned about sun damage than older people.
Brexit-induced custom controls on the Irish border may cost Guinness an extra €1.3m ($1.5m) each year, which may result in a higher price for the stout.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) is to bring in new standards for advertising in the UK, outlined in a GfK report Depictions, Perceptions & Harm.
Legal Lean's new Coco Loko infused raw cacao snuff is likely to go down as one of the most controversial new product launches since Palcohol's powdered alcohol in 2014.
Soap brand Dove -- owned by Unilever -- has been accused of promoting discrimination against breastfeeding in public and has been forced to pull a recent ad, with the UK advertising watchdog received 378 complaints since the campaign was launched.