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Smartphone app lets you order food straight to your gate at MSP

Food orders can be placed using your smartphone at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport by using the B4YOUBOARD mobile application. The food is then delivered to you at your gate.
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Food orders can be placed using your smartphone at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport by using the B4YOUBOARD mobile application. The food is then delivered to you at your gate.

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