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That Flour You Bought Could Be the Future of the U.S. Economy

July 24, 2020 – By Tim Wu, The New York Times – By the established logic of the business world, Maine Grains, a small miller of flour in a rural part of the state, should not exist. With some 20 employees, it mills about 2,000 tons of flour a year in an industry where larger companies can mill more than 20,000 tons a day.

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