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Blue Bell ice cream expands recall

Blue Bell ice cream has added another product to the list of items it's recalling over potential contamination with listeria.

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Nitro coffee hits the market

A Connecticut business is surprising customers with each pour.

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Amy's Kitchen recalls products with possible listeria

Amy's Kitchen Inc. says it's recalling nearly 74,000 cases of its products that could contain listeria.

In a statement released through the Food and Drug Administration on Sunday, Amy's Kitchen said that it was voluntarily recalling the products…

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Pizza maker hand-delivers pie to Pope Francis

Pope Francis has said that all he wants is to go out one day to a pizzeria "without being recognized."

Wishful thinking, perhaps. But when you're the the leader of the Catholic world pizza comes to you.

Pizzeria owner Enzo Cacialli personally handed…

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Death of Food Network finalist investigated

A North Carolina man facing murder charges in the death of a "Food Network Star" contestant had human remains in his woodstove, authorities say.

Robert Jason Owens is accused of killing former contestant Cristie Schoen Codd, 38, and her husband,…

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A Whopper of an idea: A Burger King fragrance

Is it an April Fool's gag or flame-grilled brilliance? We'll have to wait until April 1 to find out.

Burger King ads in Japan promise a limited-edition perfume for April Fool's Day to make you smell like a couple of all-beef patties.

The name may…

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Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says #RaceTogether 'right...

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is not one to back down about an issue he cares about.

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Pizza giants offer big March Madness deals

Food companies are offering all manner of promotions for March Madness, and of course delivery pizza is a big favorite.

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Starbucks tackles race relations one cup at a time

Not only can Starbucks baristas make the perfect latte for customers, now CEO Howard Schultz is encouraging them to discuss how to improve race relations in America at the same time.

The topic is often taboo in corporate America, but over the past…

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