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Governor Bullock Celebrates Montana Trade Relationship with Japan

August 22, 2017View for printing

Bullock thanks Japanese flour milling company for continued investments in Montana

Governor Steve Bullock today met with Hiroshi Sawada, Chairman and CEO of Nippon Flour Mills, to celebrate Montana and Japan's trade relationship and to thank Mr. Sawada for continued investments in Montana agriculture. Nippon, the 2nd largest flour milling company in Japan, is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Pasta Montana in Great Falls.

"Japanese consumers demand the highest quality food in the world, and Montana's producers have been proud to answer that call for generations," said Governor Bullock. "Pasta Montana is a great example of how we can process world-class grain into world-class food right here in Montana. We are grateful to Mr. Sawada and Nippon for their continued investments and faith in Montana's producers."

Full Story: http://governor.mt.gov/Newsroom/gove ... -with-japan

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Japanese businessman saw great pasta-bilities in Montana

Hiroshi Sawada wasn't telling tall tales to Gov. Steve Bullock on Monday when he said he first came to Montana 50 years ago.

And he produced irrefutable proof to back up his claim.

"I brought evidence today," the chairman and chief executive officer of Tokyo-based Nippon Flour Mills Co. said as he showed a June 20, 1967, Great Falls Tribune article about that very visit, bringing some laughter from those in attendance.

Phil Drake, pdrake@greatfallstribune.com

Full Story: http://www.greatfallstribune.com/sto ... /588214001/
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