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That Protein Place Coming to Grand Forks

That Protein Place will provide meal preperation services, high-protein treats and healthy supplements and snacks.

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Nicole Kringstad, Grand Forks resident, announces new business That Protein Place is coming to Grand Forks.
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GRAND FORKS — Grand Forks resident Nicole Kringstad has announced she is starting a new business in Grand Forks called "That Protein Place."

That Protein Place will provide meal preperation services, high-protein treats and healthy supplements and snacks.

Kringstad has been creating her own recipes for more than 10 years and said she is excited to bring healthy options to her hometown and introduce residents to products they have been unable to try before.

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For more information on That Protein Place, as well as to stay informed about a potential opening date, Kringstad will be providing updates on the business's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/thatproteinplace .

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