Cargill announces $50M expansion of West Fargo plant

The estimated $50 million project is expected to start this fall, with completion slated in time for the 2013 harvest. The expansion is believed to employ about 200 construction workers.
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The estimated $50 million project is expected to start this fall, with completion slated in time for the 2013 harvest. The expansion is believed to employ about 200 construction workers.

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