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Central Minnesota Food Hub Feasibility Study

Overall, the results of the feasibility study provide strong evidence supporting the development of a food hub in Central Minnesota. A food hub would offer an array of economic, social, and environmental benefits for the area, addressing a gap in the current food supply chain. It would enable growers to further expand and diversify their crop base, meet some of the high demand for locally grown produce, and provide farming opportunities with more stability, jobs, and economic growth. These results suggest that the development of a business plan is merited, including legal entity establishment recommendations, capital funding procurement proposal, and suggested timeline for phasing in expansion.

Region Five Development Commission

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