Grow Your Career in MSP
In Minnesota’s food and ag ecosystem, people are working together to address the major challenges facing our food system and planet.
Here in Minneapolis-Saint Paul we’re leading the way to the future of food. No matter what problems you want to solve from farm to fork, you’ll find what you’re looking for in MSP. Discover opportunities to get connected & advance your career.
Get to Know Food & Agriculture in Minneapolis – St. Paul
The Minneapolis-Saint Paul community believes that the global food challenges we face require all types of problem solvers and innovators. That’s why we are recruiting the best and the brightest from across the country to bring diverse perspectives to fields such as precision agriculture, drone technology, food innovation, food science, supply chain and food security.
Solving the great problems of our time together
Yone Dewberry, Chief Supply Chain Officer, Land O’ Lakes
Building a career that aligns expertise & passion
Thomas R. Jackson Jr., Senior Product Development Scientist, Target
“I believe that the supply chain is going to change the world.”
“As I looked at all the disciplines I could go into with a chemical engineering degree, there was something so tangible about food.”
Why Minneapolis-Saint Paul?
Minnesota has been innovating in food and agriculture from farm to fork for over 150 years. The state is home to six Fortune 500 companies in food and agriculture, a thriving network of mid- to small-businesses, a major land grant university with world-renown researchers, a robust farming sector, non-profits building new models for social impact through food and ag, and innovative startups solving problems throughout the value chain and across our food system.
To learn more about Minnesota’s robust and innovative food and agriculture industry, visit the MBOLD website. MBOLD is the GREATER MSP Partnership’s initiative working to accelerate solutions to the most pressing challenges facing the food and agriculture sectors today, particularly climate change and the growing demand for food.