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A common bit of advice is that you should invest in what you know, and food is something we all know well.
If it seems like everything from meat and potatoes to tissues and batteries is getting more expensive, it's because it is. Here's a look at some of the consumer products you pay more for.
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Natural gas futures ended flat after briefly extending gains from the previous day -- though on low volume.
Starbucks spurned Kraft and wants a new partner in the single-serve scene, but Green Mountain and its consumers may be out of its league.
Cocoa futures leap to a 32-year high Friday as a disputed presidential election rocks the world's top cocoa producing nation.
About 37% of voters found it dumb that Burton Capital Management CEO Robert Burton believes the University of Connecticut should have sought his approval on hiring a new football coach.
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Sara Lee plans to follow through with a plan to split its meats and coffee businesses into two separate companies, according to a report.
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While many investors engaged in a rapid-sell off of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters stock upon an SEC inquiry into the company, some analysts have been more concerned about other potentially more problematic scenarios for the company.
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Nestle's first-half net income rises 7.5%, although the food giant sees a more challenging input cost environment.
Chocolate, candy and gum constitute around 32% of the $36 Trefis price estimate for Kraft's stock.
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We estimate that chocolate, candy and gum sales will account for around 32% of the $35.64 Trefis price estimate for Kraft's stock. Much of this can be attributed to the Cadbury acquisition.
Switzerland and its currency remain bright spots for ETF investors amid the troubled European economy.
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The Mirzam Capital Appreciation Fund, which backs 'best practices,' has outperformed the S&P 500.
Food scientists and amateur cooks can pitch product ideas to companies through open-innovation programs.
Food behemoth Nestle is planning to deepen its imprint in the U.K. confectionery market even though its competitors are becoming bigger and stronger.
The world's biggest foods company posted 2009 profit of 10.4 billion Swiss francs ($9.55 billion), meeting the estimates of analysts, as organic sales rose 4.1%.
Unilever heads lower after a Nomura report downgrades the company.
Kraft stock has inched lower after a major Cadbury shareholder reiterated its belief that Kraft's takeover offer undervalues Cadbury stock.
Italian chocolatier Ferrero has reportedly dropped out of the competition for the much-coveted British confectioner Cadbury, strengthening US food giant Kraft's position in the race.
Kraft shares have risen to their highest levels in a three month-period as it bulks up its acquisition war chest.
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