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The doors to the Kannapolis Research Center opened in 2008, thanks to the funding of billionaire owner of Dole Foods David Murdock - and North Carolina taxpayers.
The doors to the Kannapolis Research Center opened in 2008, thanks to the funding of billionaire owner of Dole Foods David Murdock - and North Carolina taxpayers.
 
Harris Teeter started out as two independent grocery stores. In 1939, Willis L. Teeter and his brother Paul opened Teeters Food Mart in Mooresville with a $1,7000 loan.
Harris Teeter started out as two independent grocery stores. In 1939, Willis L. Teeter and his brother Paul opened Teeters Food Mart in Mooresville with a $1,7000 loan.
 
Co-founder of Food Town (later renamed Food Lion), Ralph Ketner started working in the grocery business as a child in his father's meat store in Salisbury, North Carolina and later as a teenager during the Depression in his brother's Kannapolis, North Carolina store.
Co-founder of Food Town (later renamed Food Lion), Ralph Ketner started working in the grocery business as a child in his father's meat store in Salisbury, North Carolina and later as a teenager during the Depression in his brother's Kannapolis, North Carolina store.
 
Born on April 29, 1952 in the town of Kannapolis (Cabarrus County), North Carolina, Ralph Dale Earnhardt, like other racing oriented families such as the Pettys and the Labontes, was the son of a NASCAR driver.
Born on April 29, 1952 in the town of Kannapolis (Cabarrus County), North Carolina, Ralph Dale Earnhardt, like other racing oriented families such as the Pettys and the Labontes, was the son of a NASCAR driver.
 
Tomatoes that don't rot for a year; sunscreen made from watermelons; and super-cancer-fighting broccoli: These are but a few of the wonders on display at the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis.
Tomatoes that don't rot for a year; sunscreen made from watermelons; and super-cancer-fighting broccoli: These are but a few of the wonders on display at the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis.
 
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