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for Business North Carolina Vol. 17 Issue 5, May 1997
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Meat snacks may not be everyone's favorite snack food, but good marketing and advertising have made GoodMark Foods' premier meat snack, Slim Jim, a household name and a product with three straight years of double-digit growth.
In 1996, commercial and industrial construction were among the state's twenty largest projects. They included Charlotte's 201 North Tryon office tower ($116 million) and Duke University Medical Center expansion ($88 million).
Ocean overfishing has produced a demand for farmed seafood, and in the mountains sixty-five farmers are raising trout. Though farms are small and most make enough just to get by, the state ranks second nationally in trout production.