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The company recalled 132,600 pounds of beef, building on a 25,000-pound recall four weeks ago.
Delta joins rivals United and JetBlue in charging more for checking bags.
The deal includes a feed mill, five farms and two processing facilities.
The company said its organic sales, those not affected by acquisitions and sales of businesses, grew in the summer months.
The Irish capital will be the sixth nonstop destination between here and Europe.
The first round of layoffs is expected in early November, the company said.
Warm-weather routes on winter Saturdays will start around holidays.
Two recipe sites have added service started by General Mills alums.
Parents will get extra paid weeks with their babies; caregivers also will get paid time off.
The processor is taking back about 25,000 pounds of beef sent to grocery distributors in Colorado and California.
The company met Wall Street's sales expectations but it is coping with tariffs, rising freight costs and too many turkeys.
The lifelong educator, whose career progressed from high school teacher and basketball coach, was always motivating others to be intentional with their time.
A growing number of companies face many barriers in a food system that wasn't designed for recycled food.
The deal was initiated by a consortium of 220 hog farmers in an effort to capture a greater percentage of the value for the hogs they raise, the consortium said.
At investment conference, executives discuss growth plans as fund managers contend with fee pressure
The CFA Society's annual gathering captured economic optimism and industry worry.
The leisure passenger-focused airline is moving beyond its reliance on MSP as a hub.
Woman says tainted Goldfish made her ill; New Ulm producer recalled whey last month.
Plant-based sources of protein are becoming mainstream foods.
An interest group said General Mills tricked consumers.
United Natural Foods Inc., (UNFI) created in a 1996 merger, has been the primary wholesale supplier to Whole Foods Market for nearly 20 years.
Eden Prairie-based Supervalu, which has 23,000 employees and owns Cub Foods, has seen its stock price languish for years and was under pressure from an activist investor.
Airline executives still want to outsource the groundwork at MSP.
The grocer said the pasta salad was sold across its eight-state region, including Minnesota.
With a shortage looming, one of the nation's biggest airlines outlines a partnership with aviation schools and an internal program to boost qualified applicants.
Techstars accelerator pairs food and ag-based ventures with mentors.
Cargill sets a goal to boost environmental standards.
The company also saw its annual profit rise as nearly all of its business lines posted gains.
"Egg bar" is inspired by the co-founders' typical morning breakfast.
President of the Minnesota Farm Bureau feels like a bad dream has come true.
With free spaces abundant, paid-parking provider reaches out for marketing help.
"I think it's been, without question, the most successful airline merger in history," chief executive Ed Bastian says.
The maker of a number of Hormel-branded packaged meat products says the allegations are erroneous.
The food maker readjusted after putting profits ahead of sales growth for a few years.
The airline's new growth strategy includes adding seasonal service from Dallas-Fort Worth, St. Louis and Madison, Wis.
Despite near-perfect weather, not every dog wanted to go for a swim.
Move seen as an effort to boost product innovation.
YQ by Yoplait plays to the high-protein, lactose-free crowd.
The move gives the Twin Cities greater access to Asia and helps Delta fortify its presence at its new Korean hub.
When "meat" and "milk" aren't meat and milk, farmers push for new marketing rules.
A favorite in the cities since 2000, Izzy's has a deal with Sysco to extend its reach.
The plant, which also processes milk for Land O'Lakes, will close by Oct. 15.
The Eagan-based carrier asks for input on design, ideas on modernized logo.
On St. Paul's Grand Avenue, a maker of Hmong meal kits has created a place for other local growers and food innovators to reach customers and, possibly, make a living from their craft
As Canada and Mexico fire back against new U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs, a wide range of Minnesota-made products could get hit in the retaliation.
The line of purple-hued outfits represent the first style change at Delta since 2006.
Hormel Foods Corp. is still taking a beating from America's oversupply of turkeys, but executives say the end is in sight.The Austin, Minn.-based foodmaker reported…
The changes will boost the passenger-carrying capacity of Sun Country's planes.
The company, once part of Cargill, is a giant in the fertilizer business but employs only about 150 people in Minnesota.
Businesses are watching last-minute deal making closely for winners, losers.
Organic and natural sourcing led to a push for healthier soil.
More than 33 million tourists visited the region and spent $7.8 billion. The numbers do not include visitors who came to the Twin Cities for the Super Bowl since it happened in February.
Airport officials have been trying to attract the lower-cost airline for years.
The situation highlights ongoing challenges large meatpackers face in staffing slaughter and processing positions across the U.S.
Consumers are increasingly replacing meals with snacks as convenience continues to be an attribute shoppers value.
The Minnetonka-based agribusiness cited falling demand in the beer industry for six-row barley.
After 250 passengers had to find their own way home, chief executive says Sun Country needs to find ways to "handle stresses to our system."
Sun Country's call-center employees camped overnight to help customers stranded in Mexico, but its planes had moved on
Distributor J.J. Taylor wants route flexibility; Teamsters say that raises safety issues.
Backed by a new owner, Coastal is moving to space that's nearly 10 times larger.
Firm plans to invest $20M, double plant output for egg products as breakfast booms.
Its animal nutrition and protein business led Cargill's business units.
The Farm to Fork Accelerator Program, run by Techstars, has leased space in downtown St. Paul's Osborn370 building on Wabasha Street.
A southern Minnesota food manufacturer is recalling more than 96,000 pounds of canned chicken sold at Sam’s Club locations nationwide after hard plastic was found…
China's retaliatory moves to penalize pork, ethanol will have outsized impact in the state.
Wholesale seafood company to supply cattle, chicken, pork from Upper Midwest family farms.
Part 4: Many Americans remain skeptical of GMOs as scientists tout their role in improving the environmental quality, diversity and sustainability of agriculture.
Part 2: Consumers looking for healthier, more environmentally friendly options are putting pressure on conventional producers.
Part 3: Farmers and major food suppliers are feeling pressure from consumers to eliminate abuses.
Are you buying more organic groceries these days? You're not the only one, and our food systems are changing because of it. Demand for socially responsible options is transforming the state's grocery stores, food companies and economy
More than 50 million people will make a road trip between Wednesday and Sunday, AAA says.
The local airline had rights to fly directly from MSP to Matanzas and Santa Clara, but not Havana, the country's capital.
Ken Powell, who led the food giant since 2007, will exit as board chairman at the end of the year.
The ag giant said it also will change its customer reporting procedures after findings by CFTC. It agreed to pay the fine, but "neither admits nor denies the finding."
Minnesota food giant buys millennial-focused maker of artisanal deli meats for $850M.
Passengers who book tickets for flights in the New Year will have to select between three baggage "bundles" depending on whether they want to carry-on, check or not bring luggage on a flight.
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