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Minnesota-based coffee chain is first in its industry to take leap.
301 Inc., the investment arm of General Mills, leads $6.5-million funding round for Farmhouse Culture to help grow the business.
The carrier will also start a weekly flight between MSP and Austin, Texas, during the fall months.
The soil-saving qualities of Kernza are a big advantage, but it also has more bran, more fiber and a nuttier taste than common wheat.
It's the second bird flu case in the U.S. this week, but it is not as deadly as a strain on Tennessee farm.
Big airlines, Trump administration support privatization, but small airports and towns back the status quo.
Since its start, D's Naturals has reached nearly $10M in revenue.
Executives lowered their profit outlook for the rest of the fiscal year. Investors sold off Hormel stock.
Trade groups join USDA in reducing phrases, making them more uniform.
Districts work with food companies to raise quality while maintaining affordability
The company also lowered its sales estimate for the year by 4 percent.
The payout is smaller than last year's record but still among the best in corporate America.
He warns that the airport's operation should not be "politicized"
Moody's projects a short-term bump, but the ratings agency's optimism comes with concern.
Worker at Gold'n Plump plant in Cold Spring accused of putting sand and dirt on chicken meat.
CEO speaks out for his private company that usually keeps a low profile.
Hormel annual meeting is a January tradition in Austin: fast, friendly, filled with questions and a gift
Company's annual meeting is still Austin's biggest social event of the year
Buying from Maschhoffs is now suspended as inquiries begin.
Low-cost carrier will fly to Cleveland and Cincinnati from the Twin Cities.
Minnesota's most-diverse employers count on global movement of employees.
Lack of disclosure means consumers are left guessing on how to get the best deal. It also has left airlines and independent travel websites accusing one another of unfair business practices.
United Airlines, which will soon launch no-frills basic economy fares, chose Minneapolis-St. Paul as a test market in part because Minnesotans tend to follow rules.
Wal-Mart, Mars and other major companies join the effort that focuses on the Amazon.
$6 million investment comes from venture-capital arm 301 Inc.
People want to eat more fish, and the fish need better food to grow.
The deal combines Minnesota's largest poultry firm with the nation's second-largest.
New flavor of Cheerios among offerings aimed to fit consumer demand.
Strong turkey sales before Thanksgiving and a beef rebound led gains across the company.
Cancellations rippled through Delta network; MSP de-icing crew went to Atlanta to help.
The move will bring an end to more than a century of department store retailing in the heart of the city.
Delta, with an eye on revenue and profit, moves quickly to break in its new segments.
After getting a complaint, Agriculture Department issues a consumer notice.
Everything Grace Mary Ederer learned, she shared with others.Sometimes she did this in her formal role as professor of clinical microbiology at the University of…
Delta Air Lines is proceeding on a joint venture with Mexico's largest airline, Aeromexico, accepting the federal government's antitrust conditions placed on the alliance.
Labor Department found the firm may have discriminated against women at Neb. plant.
Profit, sales fall as leaders suggest that some cuts might have gone too far.
While a bonus to the U, it is a relatively small one for an athletic program with an annual budget exceeding $70 million that chronically runs a deficit of several million dollars.
Virginia dairy supplier to the St. Paul firm recalled some ingredients over fears of Salmonella contamination.
The agency, in hoping to reduce waste, suggests new phrasing for food packaging.
A Brazilian billionaire who helped merge Kraft and Heinz last year could have General Mills in his sights next.
The food giant is eliminating the top international post and hundreds of jobs along with it in an effort to save money.
The downtown Minneapolis Macy's — known best locally as the longtime flagship of the Dayton's Department Store chain — has been the source of speculation and real estate dealings for several years.
The approval rate was the highest ever seen in a deal between Delta and its pilots.
The company is giving $2 million to a pollinator conservation group.
The deal puts the largest chicken processor in the Midwest into the hands of the No. 2 chicken firm nationally.
Accountant in Albany, N.Y., roped customers into scheme that caused $25M in losses.
Spam can't supply the growth the food company is looking for. For that, it's seeking more acquisitions, large or small.
Joseph Michael Hernandez, 35, went missing earlier this month.
The new contract lasts for three years.
The Austin, Minn.-based firm saw gains in all lines but was squeezed in China by pork costs.
The $145 million sale to Smithfield Foods includes the Farmer John and Saag's brands.
Cancer researchers developing recipes for fatigued patients found a partner in Austin
Young consumers are flocking to Totino's pizza and its atypical marketing
The airline said in a statement that it is "apolitical," other than to support the political process.
'Premium' rivals an industry trend of aiming between first class, economy seating
She left the agribusiness giant earlier this year for what turned out to be a brief stint at a law firm.
The airline is the first major U.S. carrier to partner with the home-stay network.
Could good old Pearson Candy Co. really be cooking up ghost-chili chocolate squares or banana-bourbon ganache? Pearson’s, known for harnessing nostalgia with its old-timey candies,…
The food company's U.S. advertising will now be handled by 72andSunny with Redscout.
The U.S. has a shortage of organic milk, and General Mills — in the midst of expanding its organic yogurt business through its Annie's and Liberte brands — is relying on Organic Valley for help.
Delta Air Lines is cutting off Twin Cities passengers from the pasta and prodding them toward poi instead.The Atlanta-based carrier is dropping its short-lived nonstop…
Food giant taps into the popular cookies to boost lagging sales of cereal.
Sources say the landmark department store may be sold or significantly downsized.
Judge allows Watkins to proceed with action against rival McCormick.
Delta Air Lines revealed Tuesday new uniforms for its flight attendants and ticket agents, updating the wardrobe for 60,000 employees for the first time…
It is an early leader among big producers to transform sourcing and processing.
General Mills made a critical business decision: Rather than compete with innovative food start-ups, the corporate giant is investing in them.
The venture capital arm of Anheuser-Busch InBev has acquired Roseville-based Northern Brewer, the nation’s largest home-brewing supplier, and its sister company Midwest Supplies. Northern Brewer…
It's a return after 16 years to MSP for one of Europe's biggest carriers.
The maker of organic foods still grapples with the effects of listeria contamination at a seed plant.
O'Leary spent nearly two decades in leadership roles at the food giant.
It plans for more tests to verify natural product.
Executives saw a payoff from strategic changes.
Cameron's is choosy on beans, prudent on costs to deliver specialty coffee at lower prices
While canned soup doesn't resonate as it once did with consumers, General Mills is making several changes to the signature soup line that executives hope will stem or reverse the decline.
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