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Notre Dame Food Services

Issue Winter 12

Aside from its academic prominence and world-famous football team, there are a number of attributes that set Notre Dame apart, many of which can be found within its innovative foodservice...

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Nebraskaland

Issue Spring 11

The United States is home to more than 757,000 beef cow operations, and out of the entire country, Nebraska ranks first in commercial red meat production and second for having...

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New Leaf Community Markets

Issue May/June11

A lot has changed in the natural/organic grocery business since New Leaf Community Market opened its first 3,000-square-foot store in a converted warehouse in a mixed residential/light industrial area of...

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Nothing Bundt Cakes

Issue May/June11

Cupcakes have had their place in the sun for many years – they comprised 10 percent of all cake sales in 2010, and cupcake stores are popping up all the...

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Nisbet Oyster Co. Inc.

Issue Fall 10

As a young man doing research on oyster seeds, David Nisbet fell in love with Willapa Bay in southwest Washington

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Nongshim America

Issue Fall 10

Although a noodle starts with simple ingredients, there is infinite variety in the ways its ingredients can be combined and prepared

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Nordic Foods

Issue Fall 10

Back in 1980, three men – Lazar Jovanovic, James Hall and Jeremy Lumianski – borrowed money from a bank and their relatives to start a meat supply company called Polarpak...

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Noble Chocolates

Issue Iss3 2011

Famous for its expertly crafted chocolate cups, Noble Chocolates has helped spread the reputation of Belgian chocolate around the globe

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National Choice Bakery

Issue Fall 11

Because of the complexity of their production, bagels are one breakfast item that very few people make at home

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Nuovo Pasta

Issue Spring 10

The economy has created a number of aspiring gourmet chefs throughout the United States as consumers recreate meals at home instead of splurging at restaurants.

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