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New Minneapolis company wants to increase non-GMO and organic crop shipments and processing
by Dave Thompson
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4 December 2017
On 4 December 2017 Prairie Public News reported:
A new Minneapolis-based firm has begun working on infrastructure to focus on non-GMO and organic crops. 'Demand has outpaced the investment in the infrastructure,' said Pipeline Foods chief executive Erick Jackson. Jackson said his company is planning to invest between $300 million and $500 million on facilities, specifically focused on non-GMO and organic crops.
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. . . Jackson said that would include elevators, processing, and grain milling.
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