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North Minneapolis, Marshall, White Bear Lake, and Stillwater are among the places where new “taprooms” are either on the horizon or have recently opened.
Three years after declaring bankruptcy, the Taste of Minnesota food and music festival is returning to St. Paul in the summer of 2014, the Pioneer Press reports. Taste organizers will be joined...
Town Hall, Summit, Surly, and Schell’s won medals at the 2013 Great American Beer Festival.
African governments and a wide range of aid organizations are also working to empower women farmers.
An industry trade association said that the wine and spirits business directly supports 13,900 jobs in the state, including about 1,210 workers at wholesaler companies.
The new restaurants will open in New York, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, and Puerto Rico during the next three to five years.
Minnesota is ready to up the ante as it prepares to increase its commitment to biodiesel. The Associated Press reports, that starting next July, Minnesota will become the first state in the nation...
Minnesota dairy processors are urging senators to oppose a program that could occasionally cap milk production; some dairy farmers, meanwhile, support the initiative.
An international charity and social justice group is criticizing agribusiness giant Cargill for buying farmland in Colombia intended for small farmers. Reuters reports the Minnetonka-based company...
The Golden Valley-based food manufacturer said it plans to introduce new protocols in order to sustainably source 100 percent of its 10 “priority” ingredients by 2020.
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