Gina LaVecchia UND used water shipped in tanks and served diners in storage rooms and parking lots. When the Red River swelled in late April, communities in North Dakota and Minnesota fell victim to mass devastation unprecedented in the Northern Plains. Particularly in greater Grand-Forks, ND, many foodservice operations lost thousands of dollars worth of food, equipment and supplies as flood waters swept through their kitchens, storerooms and cafeterias, and as power outages ...

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