The replacement to NAFTA has been estimated to increase U.S. agricultural exports by $2 billion.
Following a short-lived stint at Mall of America, Rustica bakery is poised to open at Southdale Center. Second mall's the charm?
Roberto Rios has led several PepsiCo divisions and subsidiaries, including units in Latin American countries.
Company execs expect the coconut-based alternative to help fuel growth amid the dairy industry’s continued slump.
Colorado food processing company JBS USA plans to lease and then acquire the facility.
The Minnesota food giant achieved a 20 percent reduction of sodium in products across the last three of its 10 key U.S. product categories, completing a goal set in 2010.
The Herbivorous Butcher has entered a trademark battle with the food giant over use of the term ‘vegan butcher.’
Twin Cities–area restaurants offer a range of cuisine and atmosphere
for private company meetings, parties, and special events.
The combined company will have nearly 3,000 customers in the Upper Midwest.
After a local test run last year, Minneapolis-based Hairless Dog Brewing is going national with a non-alcoholic craft beer.
Hot sauce maker wants growth for worldwide domination.
The Minnetonka alcohol producer will use proceeds from the raise to ramp up production of freeze-and-eat ice pops.
Toro has signed a three-year agreement to be the preferred supplier of United Kingdom-based idverde in France, the UK, and Holland.
A look at how the long-troubled, Minnetonka-based Famous Dave's of America Inc. is faring.
Prices for most ag products are linked to world markets, but Minnesota farmers say it’s possible to take advantage of market niches.
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On Wednesday, the company will break ground on a 50-acre facility in Mason City, Iowa.
The Minneapolis-based brewery’s has been gradually expanding into the Wisconsin market.
Less than two years after Cargill’s initial investment in the alternative protein company, Cargill’s latest contribution will help operationalize a Dawson facility, adding 90 area jobs and doubling Puris’ pea protein production capabilities.