food

Red River Market Brings a Taste of Summer to Spring

The market gave a preview of what visitors can expect later this year

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Farmer’s market season may still be a few months away, but a local market is trying to get people excited for warmer days. The Moorhead Center Mall is packed with people for the Red River Spring Market. Many vendors are selling products to people, like soap, comics, and locally-grown food. Organizers say the spring market is a great…

Twins Unveil new 2019 Target Field Foods

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Growing Number of People Relying on Local Food Pantries

Some attribute the rise to population growth and affordable food programs they have

FARGO, N.D. — There has been a steady increase of people in the F–M area using food pantries this year to last. Ever since she started volunteering at the Emergency Food Pantry five years ago, Valerie Hanson says she’s recently seen the hallways become more crowded. “We’re busier during the day and it seems like people, they realize that it’s not…

Red River Winter Market Brings Traditional Farmers Market Indoors

The regular season is July - October

MOORHEAD, Minn. — If you want to get some local shopping done but can’t stand being out in the cold, the Red River Winter Market may be the solution for you. One vendor, Charles Stattelman with Norel’s Hillside Orchard, has been making cider for most of his life. “My grandpa retired from dairy farming after 50 years, and he must’ve been…

One Goal of 2.5 Million Meals; Relieving the World of Hunger from Fargo

The Fargo Mobile Pack partners up with Feed my Starving Children to help volunteers pack meals for kids in need

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Mobile Pack partners up with Feed my Starving Children to help volunteers pack meals for kids in need. Take a look at how they are working towards their goal of packing two–and–a–half million meals. Each scoop, seal and stack, is another step towards hunger relief. “This is the second year we’ve done this and it’s…

TSA Agents at Hector Working Without Pay are Served Lunch from Somali Community

Many in the Somali community came to Fargo as refugees

FARGO, N.D. — TSA agents are working without pay during the government shutdown, but one group decided to serve them through a major act of kindness. The Somali Community Development of North Dakota, along with the Islamic Center of Fargo, teamed up to serve traditional Somali food to TSA agents. Abdiwali Sharif, executive director of the Somali Community Development of North…

Is a Wedding in Your Future? How Local Vendors are Looking to Be a Part of Your Big Day

From creative cakes to subtle or spirited suits, the Endless Possibilities Wedding Expo is answering a lot of unknown questions for brides to be

FARGO, N.D. — Are you a bride to be or a family member of a loved one counting down to their big day? Well KVRR’s Jessie Cohen shows us why the Avalon Event Center could be the answer to curing your wedding worries. From creative cakes to subtle or spirited suits, the Endless Possibilities Wedding Expo is answering a lot…

Film at the Fargo Theatre Serves an Appetizer for the Northern Plains Food and Farming Conference

Chef Dan Barber is in the film and will also be the keynote speaker at this year's conference

FARGO, N.D. — In preparation for the Northern Plains Food and Farming Conference, a movie starring a special chef is shown at the Fargo Theatre. The Northern Plains Sustainable Agriculture Society invited people to a free showing of “Wasted! The Story of Food Waste”. Chef Dan Barber is in the film and will also be the keynote speaker at this…

Results from the “Hunger In North Dakota” Study Are Out

Issues like housing, transportation, and medical problems often coexist with hunger

FARGO, N.D. — Results of the Hunger in North Dakota study are out. They were presented at the Cass Clay Food Commission meeting. The study surveyed 500 clients and 175 agencies including food pantries, shelters, and soup kitchens. A key point is that hunger affects a variety of people. Many clients are actually educated, housed, and employed. Some of them don’t…

Restaurants See Spike in Delivery Orders During Storm

Owners say partnering with delivery services has really helped their business

FARGO, N.D. — Some restaurants see a spike in delivery and takeout orders because of the storm. Café Aladdin on 13th Avenue in Fargo says there were 60 percent more orders. The restaurant partners with delivery services like Bite Squad, Uber Eats and Food Dudes. They say they haven’t heard of any issues with delivery drivers despite the snow. They say…