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Feb 26, 2017 - Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minnesota)

Today, people associate Los Angeles, Austin, Texas, and Boulder, Colo. with food innovation. A century ago, Minneapolis would have been on that list. The city earned the nickname "Mill City" for its flour milling techniques that harnessed the power of St. Anthony Falls on the Mississippi River. Now, a new group called Grow North MN wants to restore Minnesota's place as a known food hub. Director Lauren Mehler Pradhan believes Minnesota has it all, from growers to small food makers to multination

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