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Submitted by khartung on Thu, 11/16/2017 - 08:14
Attention restaurants, grocery stores, any food service: Do you stay awake at night worrying about the food you waste and its impact on your bottom line? Minnesota Waste Wise is here to help.
You’re the perfect candidate for a one-year pilot project using the LeanPath food waste prevention program, a system that measures and puts a dollar value on all food that is thrown out for any reason.
Compassion is the bank’s motivation. Its mission is to empower, its spirit is to achieve.
Federal tax reform is moving quickly at the U.S. Capitol with the goal of sending a final bill to President Trump by the end of the year. Both the House and Senate are proposing comprehensive tax reform and relief to strengthen the global competitiveness of America’s businesses, simplify the tax code for families and provide relief to taxpayers. The House Ways & Means committee provided final markup of the bill, HR 1, last week and it was sent to the floor for the initial vote.
The Minnesota Chamber, along with other business organizations, filed a lawsuit on November 10 seeking to strike down the Minneapolis minimum wage ordinance. The action also asks the court to prevent Minneapolis from enforcing the ordinance which is scheduled to take effect January, 1, 2018.
Minnesota has the tools to lead the nation in economic growth with our tremendous workforce and innovation strengths, according to the Minnesota Business Benchmarks. Yet the state lags in many key economic indicators, partly due to self-imposed headwinds.
That’s the chief takeaway of the third annual report produced by the Minnesota Chamber and our local Chamber Federation partners.