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Taste of Dakota to highlight local food, condiments

A variety of North Dakota-made foods and condiments will be available for sampling during Taste of Dakota on Friday at the Osgood Hornbacher's Foods, 4151 45th St. S. in Fargo.

A variety of North Dakota-made foods and condiments will be available for sampling during Taste of Dakota on Friday at the Osgood Hornbacher's Foods, 4151 45th St. S. in Fargo.

Taste of Dakota runs from noon to 6 p.m. and includes samples of beef and lamb products, pizza, candies and baked goods.

Some of the participating companies include: Bless My Bloomin' Cookies of Enderlin, Bonnie's Country Classics of Fargo, Dakota Family Mill of Wahpeton, Deb's Corner Foods and Catering of Fargo, Mable's Taste of Home of Fargo, and Mary's Bake Shoppe of Edgeley.

Pride of Dakota is administered by the North Dakota Department of Agriculture. It offers member companies opportunities to participate in cooperative promotion and marketing events, representation at local, state, regional, national, and international trade shows, and educational opportunities.

There are more than 420 Pride of Dakota members.

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