The snack brand's augmented reality popup encouraged passersby to scan QR codes to reveal the sugar content of many popular processed foods from competitors like General Mills and Kellogg's
The confectionary brand is hosting an interactive popup in NYC that offers visitors candy alongside primping services like manicures and blowouts
Grab partnered with U.S. startup Cargo to offer a selection of items to passengers during their ride, helping drivers earn extra revenue selling drinks, beauty items, phone chargers and more, while also improving customers' experience
Lyft and Uber drivers have the opportunity to make a little extra money by selling everyday products to passengers while en route
The company is taking to Twitter for fan flavor suggestions and sending samples of the most interesting ones to the people who suggested them
Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz, in partnership with Chef's Cut Real Jerky, creates an automated snack delivery system
Imagine a world where a single machine could instantly print out whatever food you desired
A look at how brands are embracing the junk foods we love in a healthier, more organic way.
For its newest project, snack bar company KIND is on the hunt for the next generation of innovators.
The brand defends using chemical dye additives in the United States product while selling it the UK and elsewhere with natural flavours.
Snack food Fantastic Delites wanted to know how far people would go for a free sample of their product.
London’s Electric Cinema has created a new series of screenings that give movie goers numbered food to eat in accordance with on-screen activity.
The winner of the NYC Next Idea competition is a design that lets you purchase items like energy drinks, snack bars and gum.