Schwan’s Company is making an undisclosed capital investment in its Marshall-based neighbor, while also agreeing to lease one of its facilities.
If approved by the Edina City Council, the new restaurant would employ about 45 people, Shack Shack said in its proposal.
The food co-op’s earnings took a fall during the three-month period, dipping by about 16 percent to $113 million from $134 million a year ago.
The Illinois-based company produces packaged meals, trail mixes, dressings, crackers, baked goods and many other items.
Farmers and food processors worry anti-immigration policies will harm their businesses—and Minnesota.
A local food delivery service is optimizing lunch delivery for restaurants and suburban businesses.
Profit fell 63 percent for the restaurant chain during its second quarter.
Matthew Kazama’s journey to Ramen Kazama, at the corner of 34th and S. Nicollet Avenue, started in Hawaii, where he was born, and in Matsue, Japan.
Better Baked Foods and Drayton Foods will join Schwan's growing pizza portfolio.