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Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Tue Jul 29, 2014 09:41 AM CDT

When a Fortune 500 company announces that its concerns about climate change are leading to some new demands on its suppliers, it's interesting. When that company is the third-largest food processor in the U.S.--and is headquartered in the Upper Midwest (Golden Valley, Minnesota) the announcement is worth posting.--Bryce

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GENERAL MILLS POSTS CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY

Jul 28, 2014 • By John Church

How the weather forecast impacts food supply

Weather is often something people think about as they’re walking out the door in the morning or as they make weekend plans. But, for a food company like General ...

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