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Herbalife products main ingredient behind shakes and teas
Companies recognized at 125th meeting of South Dakota Retailers Association
Dead or alive, crickets are in big demand these days. After Pat and Madeline Reviers' plan to raise crickets for high-protein, nutrient-packed cricket flour was temporarily stalled, they've pivoted to sell live crickets. Who will want them? According to Pat, everyone from gecko owners who are facing a nationwide feeder-insect shortage to anglers angling for a highly effective bait.
Every small town and rural area needs community builders, those willing to step out in confidence to try a new idea and to encourage connection, business support and expand on what a small-town offers.

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A new gym that specialize in boxing and MMA coaching is hoping to make an impact on the Dickinson community.
Store carries variety of CBD products for pain, anxiety
When Becky and Mark Binstock realized their daughter had food allergies, they went above and beyond to turn a childhood favorite — cotton candy — into a snack that she could safely enjoy. Today, their all-natural cotton candy-making business is ramping up for its next stage of growth with a professional rebrand, plans for an online store and a specially built commercial kitchen in their own home.
Berry + Basil, a kitchenware store in Chamberlain, opened their doors just weeks before the pandemic peaked in South Dakota, but the co-owners found the challenges not to be disruptions.
“When she posts cupcakes for pickup on Facebook, you have to be Johnny on the Spot. Those things will be gone in 30 seconds."
Pauly Wally Tackle Co. churns out spinners, jigs and rigs that catch fish on Northland lakes.

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Some experts say the labor shortage could ultimately lead to better pay and benefits for South Dakota workers, who on average make some of the lowest wages in the nation.
Brewery opened in May and will begin offering its own beers in July
Doug and Roxanne Harthan run fly fishing classes through Front 20 Outfitters.

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