Agribusiness, advanced manufacturing the focus of latest SCBIZ Magazine.

It's a two-for-one deal in this issue of SCBIZ Magazine.

We're featuring the advanced manufacturing and agribusiness industries inside these pages.

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On the manufacturing side, Christina Lee Knauss has a fascinating look at how the tiny town of Saluda (population 3,122) became the ramen noodle capital of North America, as Palmetto Gourmet Foods produces millions of pounds of one of the most popular foods in the world.

Inside the plant along U.S. 378 the company, a subsidiary of Borealis Foods, which was founded in 2019 by Reza Soltanzadeh, has created a new way of producing and thinking about the future of the quick-serve noodles, Knauss reports.

Palmetto Gourmet Foods currently produces the Ramen Express and Chef Woo product lines, which are available in more than 15,000 retailers nationwide including Walmart and Costco.

Right here in South Carolina.

On a related note, you'll meet 12 difference-makers in the manufacturing industry through our Power List feature. They answer important questions that affect the future of The Palmetto State's advanced manufacturing future. (Just a reminder that you'll find their full answers online at

On the advanced materials front, Krys Merryman reveals how Clemson University is preparing the future workforce with its the $130 million Advanced Materials Innovation Complex. Work began on the...

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