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A California investment firm purchased two of Cargill’s three corporate buildings in Hopkins; the two buildings totaled more than 500,000 in square footage.
Phillips Edison purchased the Northstar Marketplace—which is anchored by a Coborn’s grocery store—last week, marking its fourth shopping center acquisition in Minnesota.
Town Hall Brewery, which has grown in recent years through the addition of two satellite locations, is now investing roughly $600,000 to renovate its flagship brewpub.
Minneapolis’ Restaurant Alma ranked highest on Zagat’s annual list, which includes eateries that serve up everything from aged steaks to oysters to “Jucy Lucys.”
Granite City Food & Brewery said that disclosure costs did not outweigh the benefit of being a reporting public company.
Which threatens southwest Minneapolis residents more: an abandoned gas station or a thriving business?
The company reportedly told employees that the Fairmont plant will close its doors at the end of January, although it’s unclear how many workers are affected.
Profits are up in nearly all of Hormel’s major businesses, and its international market saw a huge jump, due in part to the acquisition of the Skippy peanut butter brand early this year.
ConAgra Foods, one of the companies involved in the large-scale merger, cited an “ongoing regulatory review process and discussions with the U.S. Department of Justice” as reasons for the delay.
The Associated Press reports Minnesota-based grocery chain Cub Foods will help promote MNsure, the new Minnestoa health insurance exchange. Brochures in four languages will be available at Cub...
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