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Agweek TV: Cando, ND, Pasta Plant

North Dakota's first pasta plant has had some ups and downs, but it's back up and running and heading toward profitability. The "Noodles by Leonardo" plant at Cando closed in 2011, after the death of founder Leonard Garsparre. But as Mikkel Pates...

North Dakota's first pasta plant has had some ups and downs, but it's back up and running and heading toward profitability. The "Noodles by Leonardo" plant at Cando closed in 2011, after the death of founder Leonard Garsparre. But as Mikkel Pates reports, it reopened a couple years later under new owners.

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