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The Eden Prairie-based grocery conglomerate missed Wall Street expectations with flagging sales improvement compared to last year.
October 21, 2015
James Snee will be only the tenth president of Hormel Foods since it began in 1891.
The popular coffee and baked goods chain hopes to begin reintroducing shops at a steady rate throughout the Minneapolis, St. Paul areas and St. Cloud.
General Mills is on the hunt to find a real, non-cartoon Trix rabbit. The Golden Valley-based cereal maker is removing artificial flavors and colors from its products – and to celebrate, it’s...
Call it a red letter day for the Minneapolis skyline. After a yearlong restoration project, the historic 30-foot-tall Pillsbury sign – the bright red glowing letters that spell “Pillsbury...
October 19, 2015
Borrowed time, it seems, has run out for a beacon of roadside dining along one of Minnesota’s most scenic drives. The Lighthouse at Emily’s, a popular nautical-themed restaurant on the...
Not content with featuring in President Obama’s State of the Union speech after voluntarily raising its minimum wage to $10, Minnesota’s Punch Neapolitan Pizza has gone and done it...
October 15, 2015
Another big name in Minneapolis’ dining scene is closing its doors. In a press release on Wednesday, as reported by Heavy Table, the owner of Vincent, A Restaurant on Nicollet Mall confirmed...
October 14, 2015
The “Restaurant Capital of the World” will soon return to its former glory. Half the restaurants in the tiny Minnesota town of Dorset, located in northwestern Minnesota, were destroyed...
October 13, 2015
It’s the most important time of year for Minnesota farmers, who are spending long days in the fields. Ideal weather conditions this spring and summer are allowing farmers to harvest plentiful...
October 11, 2015
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