Fufeng Chinese Corn Mill Project in North Dakota Awaits National Security Review From CIFIUS

Story by Chris Clayton, DTN Ag Policy Editor

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (DTN) — On the northern edge of Grand Forks, North Dakota, dirt work is starting on roads and other infrastructure for a project that has become the most controversial corn mill ever proposed in the U.S.

After talks with local economic development leaders last year, a Chinese food-processing conglomerate, Fufeng Group, launched plans to build a $700 million, 25-million-bushel corn wet milling plant that could potentially make products such as monosodium glutamate (MSG), other starches and amino acids that would primarily be used for livestock production.

Read more from our partners at DTN/Progressive Farmer here: https://www.dtnpf.com/agriculture/web/ag/news/business-inputs/article/2022/09/28/fufeng-project-hinges-cifius-ruling

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