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US Foods' Fanatics Beef Up Resources for Restaurateurs

There is no shortage of news, advice and tips for restaurant owners coping with closed restaurants during COVID-19, and yet the demand for more and more updates is insatiable.Broadline distributor, US Foods has been providing assistance to its customers in the guise of menu design and business operations for two years shy of a decade, and now they’re opening up their resources to noncustomers as well.

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How Hennepin Healthcare's Foodservice is Handling COVID-19

Hennepin Healthcare regularly trains for major incidents. “We’ve trained for some nasty things, but I don’t recall training for a pandemic,” William Marks, director of food, nutrition and environmental services at Hennepin Healthcare, says.

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What If We, like Sweden, Didn't Close Restaurants?

Minnesota is home to around 300,000 Swedes, a giant IKEA store where you can add lingonberry syrup to your soft drink, as well as the American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis. So what can we learn from the way Sweden handled the pandemic—relying on personal responsibility and willful obedience?

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Nimble Business Turns Ice Delivery into New Revenue Stream

When life gives you a semi-empty refrigerated truck, the optimist finds a way to fill it with items other small businesses need to move.Here's why it pays to be well-connected in your community and a story of friends helping friends drive business.

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Local Baker Up for Midwest Book Award for Poetry

Attendees at the 9th annual Charlie Awards had no idea that the two short spoken-word presentations from Dan “Klecko” McGleno were being delivered by a baker/poet whose poetry collection, Hitman-Baker-Casketmaker: Aftermath of an American’s Clash with ICE was named a finalist in the General Poetry category of the 30th annual Midwest Book Awards.

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