Amelia Lucas, CNBC.com’s Posts

Nearly all of the National Basketball Association’s Chinese partners have publicly announced that they are ending or suspending their relationships with the league.

Recession fears have been dragging down the markets, but PepsiCo CFO Hugh Johnston says the consumer is still healthy.

Beyond Meat’s rival Impossible Foods will make its long-awaited grocery store debut Friday, in California.

Leaders of 145 companies wrote a letter to the Senate Thursday, urging the governmental body to take action on gun safety.

McDonald’s said Tuesday it has agreed to acquire a company that is trying to automate the drive-thru. It’s the fast-food giant’s third tech-focused deal this year.

After selling its stake in Beyond Meat in the spring, Tyson Foods’ next bet is on plant-based shellfish.

Beyond Meat has landed yet another partnership.

HelloFresh will start offering the Beyond Burger in its U.S. meal kits the week of Sept. 14. The vegan burger has been on the Berlin-based company’s menus in Canada since July.

Amid a trade war that has waged on for more than a year, the largest restaurant chains in the U.S. are ramping up development in China.

Burger King is bringing its vegan Impossible Whopper nationwide, starting Aug. 8.

The nation’s second-largest burger chain began testing the plant-based burger from Impossible Foods at locations in St. Louis in April. Those Burger King locations saw traffic outperform national averages by 18.5% that month, according to a report from inMarket inSights.

Beyond Meat’s rival Impossible Foods said Wednesday it will sell its plant-based burger in grocery stores in September after the Food and Drug Administration approved its key color ingredient.

Dunkin’ is adding Beyond Meat to its menu, as the plant-based meat trend continues to gather steam.

Domino’s Pizza will roll out GPS tracking for delivery orders at all of its U.S. stores by the end of 2019.

McDonald’s U.S. franchisees want a chicken sandwich to rival Chick-fil-A’s as the Southern chain’s threat to their business continues to grow.

PepsiCo CFO Hugh Johnston said Tuesday that the snack and beverage giant still thinks the consumer economy is strong.

As U.S. consumers look to cut down their meat consumption, plant-based meats from Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods have become popular.

Dietitians, however, are not completely sold on the plant-based burger trend.