Beth Kowitt

Beth Kowitt is a writer at Fortune Magazine
Analysis of Burger Market Finds Unwanted Ingredients: Rat and Human DNA
Food

Analysis of Burger Market Finds Unwanted Ingredients: Rat and Human DNA

Watch out for veggie burgers.
The Co-Founders of SoulCycle Have Resigned
SoulCycle

The Co-Founders of SoulCycle Have Resigned

SoulCycle, which has been preparing for an IPO since last summer, saw its revenue hit $112 million in 2014, up from $36.2 million in 2012.
After Suing Smaller Competitor, Unilever to Sell Egg-Free Version of Hellman's Mayo
Food Businesses

After Suing Smaller Competitor, Unilever to Sell Egg-Free Version of Hellman's Mayo

The decision by the food giant is the latest twist in the ongoing Mayo Wars with Hampton Creek, a San Francisco-based startup that has gained attention for its vegan product called Just Mayo.
Food Startup Hampton Creek Raises $90 Million
Make More Happen

Food Startup Hampton Creek Raises $90 Million

The company behind Just Mayo has closed its Series C round, which includes investments from an eclectic group from Salesforce's Marc Benioff to Renaissance man Jean Pigozzi.
The Top 10 Most Favorite Foods of the Decade
Trends

The Top 10 Most Favorite Foods of the Decade

What happened to pot roast-and toast? Details on what foods Americans are increasingly favoring (and turning their noses up at) today.