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Executives of the Golden Valley-based food company said they have been in closer contact with U.S. retailers than ever before, with its plants at full capacity.
Delta and Sun Country, two leading airlines at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, on Wednesday announced deeper cuts to their flight schedules as more people avoid…
The crush of grocery shoppers has been bigger than what is seen at Thanksgiving, but trucks keep rolling up with more.
The Minnesota-based airline has stopped flying passengers into those countries and is trying to reach customers still there to ferry them out.
If new to telecommuting, be prepared for a few challenges.
It became clear to executives that cuts the airline announced on Tuesday wouldn't be enough.
March is usually the busiest month for the Twin Cities airline, and the virus is disrupting its passengers' plans.
MacMillan was the last member of the family that owns Cargill to run the company.
The world's most profitable airline is reducing global flights by 15% and asking workers to take time off.
Superior Fresh's grand experiment raises an intriguing question that, for now, can't be answered: How many other Midwest farmers can follow its path?
Airline is reducing travel to and from MSP and suspending three routes from Portland.
Already, travel demand is dropping globally, and airlines are drastically reducing flight capacity while offering new waivers to passengers. The effect could be on par with the blow dealt by the Great Recession in 2008.
Delta suspends nonstop flights from MSP to Seoul through April, citing lower demand due to virus
301 Inc. leads funding round for Pet Plate, a maker of high-end "kettle cooked" dog dinners.
Faltering recycling systems and concerns about ocean plastics have spurred state lawmakers from California to Maine to propose new rules targeting plastic waste, particularly from packaging. Many prompt a visit from Ameripen, a decade-old nonprofit that now has registered lobbyists in eight states.
The deal for Sadler's Smokehouse is the latest expanding the company's deli and food service business.
General Mills, Medtronic, Ecolab talk about how the outbreak is affecting their businesses during investor events.
The Golden Valley-based food maker reaffirmed its optimistic full-year guidance Tuesday despite challenges in Asia.
Canadian officials examine whether seed giants are restraining a tech newcomer.
The company will develop ingredients for cakes, cookies and chocolates.
The Minnesota food giant will start selling the cookie-and-frosting snack in U.S. stores this summer.
Workers at a plant in Cedar Rapids, a maker of animal supplements from fermented ingredients, simply weren't getting sick as often as their spouses or the company's office workers.
Delta will operate flights until Wednesday to ensure customers looking to leave China can do so.
The airline will launch a new line — and use textile-industry standards — for 35,000 of its workers.
All four tiers for the consumer cards — blue, gold, platinum and reserve — have a new look, but only the latter two will be made of metal.
3M, Medtronic and others are adjusting operations as companies across the U.S. get ready to pivot should the outbreak cause longer-term slowdowns.
DGS warns the severance could lead to 118 layoffs.
It comes as Delta Air Lines announced it now offers a deluxe animal crate that can be tracked like luggage.
Manufacturing bellwether's latest profit missed expectations partly due to holiday slowdown.
Hired in 1965 as Hazelden's first full-time pastor, Grimm helped imbue the institution with a spiritual, whole-person approach to addiction treatment.
Tuna without the mercury and fish burgers without the fish.That's what Gathered Foods Corp., a startup firm that developed plant-based seafood, is selling — and…
Skin, breathing and other health issues linked to the airline's uniforms have prompted two class action lawsuits. As many as 3,000 flight attendants have reported problems.
The Minnetonka-based agribusiness was able to use size to its advantage.
In a speech at CES, Ed Bastian outlines plans to use biometrics to help guide passengers through flying experience.
The U.S. Department of Transportation recently decided against implementing a policy that would require airlines to seat minor children next to an accompanying adult. This leaves it up to the discretion of the airlines.
The company's pet food segment grew 16% in the latest quarter while U.S. cereal grew a surprising 5%.
Minnesota airline will add 10 planes, 70 pilots under 6-year cargo service deal.
It's all a part of the food maker's ongoing marketing campaign that claims its whole-grain cereals can be good for heart health.
The biggest obstacle to trade for Minnesota farmers, the trade war with China, remains.
Another outbreak of E. coli in romaine lettuce has sickened more than 100 people nationwide and left others wondering if raw salad is safe.As food-safety…
Sun Country Airlines is expanding to Canada for the first time.Beginning May 20, the Twin Cities-based carrier will fly nonstop from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport…
Mishap rate "relatively low" for the UH-60 Black Hawk, which has been used by the U.S. military since 1978.
The world's largest beef and pork processor is expanding its footprint in Minnesota with the purchase of a nearly-shuttered beef processing plant in Pipestone.
The mega food maker launches a coconut-milk based product to compete for consumers.
The commitment follows a contentious summer when Cargill faced severe activist criticism during the recent spate of fires in and around the Amazon.
The turkey business helped offset lower pork prices.
Uh, oh. What if you didn't start thawing your 20-pound turkey in time for Thanksgiving? What sort of main course should you make for your…
Partnership with Audubon helps company find target for direct sales to consumers.
Target and Aldi labels are included on the list.
The Wuollet family recently sold the 75-year-old Twin Cities bakery chain to Eric Shogren, a Minneapolis native with experience running bakeries in Russia.
The product, called EverSweet, has traits similar to stevia but without the bitter aftertaste.
The fifth-annual conference aims to bolster Hispanic women on the state's business scene.
The Iowa-based egg manufacturer did not give a reason, but said the Renville plant would begin closing down shop in January.
Longtime fans may remember her wearing matching tutus with the team's mascot, a pig, to deliver baseballs to the home plate umpire.
It has qualified as a certified B corporation, one that balances profits with good works.
Organizing failed in past, but labor sees recent surge.
Workers in Cedar Rapids voted down a contract; talks recently turned sour.
The routes reflect Sun Country's strategy of shifting northward in the summer.
The Minnetonka firm says it will focus on other food and beverage ingredients.
St. Paul's Pearson Candy Co. embraces its classic products while developing new ones.
Online grocery shopping is projected to quadruple from 2018 to 2023, and some think the frozen category has even more room to grow.
The Minnesota airline's lesser-known business is flourishing at the moment. Sun Country doesn't have Max planes in its fleet and relies heavily on the 737-800.
Sun Country is Landline's launch customer, and Minnesota will be the first market to test the concept.
CEO Howard Friedman sees growth despite changes in Americans' breakfast habits.
The chicken could be in chicken salad, strips or other prepared items sold under a number of different brands.
Suit says removal of limit on line speeds could lead to more injuries, unsafe meat.
Day of awareness aims to fight stigma of military suicides and offer help.
Most will earn points faster, but all but blue cardholders will take a bump to the annual fee.
The transition to new technology has been the latest rough patch for the airline in its multiyear transformation into an ultralow-cost carrier.
Agribusiness giant reported its Q1 earnings Thursday with protein leading the way.
The moves should simplify product ordering for farmers, Cargill says.
General Mills stock is up 25% from a year ago as Blue Buffalo is bolstering sales growth and U.S. cereal has regained the No. 1 market position.
The coffee roaster and distributor's headquarters and operations are to remain in Minnesota after sale to Colombian food conglomerate.
Decline in quarter attributed to hiccups in international markets.
General Mills urges consumers to toss out affected product and not to eat raw dough.