Ingebretsen’s has been a Minneapolis staple since the early 1900’s. The family came here from Norway and wanted to offer traditional foods that they grew to love. Their business began as a meat market, but over the years it has continued to expand. Today, you can get meat, gifts, and you can even take classes to learn how to do quilting and wood carving. Despite lots of changes, the heart of the business has remained the same. In this week’s Good Company, Emily introduces us to the family that still makes this such an iconic spot for all sorts of families.