• Condensed by Lynda Kiernan

Pipeline Building Organic and Non-GMO Grain Terminal in North Dakota

Pipeline Foods, the first supply chain company wholly dedicated to organic and non-GMO grain for organic food and feed, announced it has broken ground on a new state-of-the-art specialty grain terminal in Bowbells, North Dakota.

The construction of this terminal is the next step in the company’s Northern Tier strategy encompassing its investments to build out a reliable supply chain for organic producers across North Dakota and into Saskatchewan.

Once completed in late summer next year, the terminal will be an addition to three other elevators recently acquired by the company in North Dakota and Saskatchewan and will add to Pipeline’s business of providing primary collection and processing points for organic grain, oilseeds, and pulses.

This is the company’s first greenfield project - and it is strategically located adjacent to the BASF railroad and a major U.S. highway for access to both rail and truck transportation for the company - which is already actively buying all classes of organic grains, pulses, and oilseeds.

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