A group of about 15 small Minnesota companies, that sell everything from dried beans and cereal to chocolate and honey, met one-on-one with Indian importers this week, the Star Tribune reports. They are considering deals to export their goods to the world's second-most-populous country and one of the world's fast-growing economies. In 2011, Minnesota exports to India were $203.8 million.
The Lonely Island announces tour stop in the Twin Cities
The musical comedy trio will play The Armory in Minneapolis this June.