112th Mini Mart

112th Mini Mart
112th Mini Mart is listed in the Convenience Stores category in Everett, Washington. Displayed below are the social networks for 112th Mini Mart which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of 112th Mini Mart on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 80.

Contact information for 112th Mini Mart is:
615 112th St SE
Everett, WA 98208
(425) 348-7530

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112th Mini Mart has an overall ZapScore of 80. This means that 112th Mini Mart has a higher ZapScore than 80% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Everett, Washington is 31 and in the Convenience Stores category is 46. Learn more about ZapScore.

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The Washington Oregon Potato Conference is underway! Are you going? Be sure to stop by both the Washington State Potato Commission and Oregon Potato Commission.

WSDA is partnering with Washington State University Food Safety Extension and Produce Safety Alliance to put on several trainings across the state. The trainings provide education about being in compliance with the Produce Safety Rule part of the Food Safety Modernization Act. Trainings are being held January - March. Get more info and sign up at https://agr.wa.gov/FoodAnimal/ProduceSafety/
Washington State Department of Agriculture

We'd like to welcome our new Acting Deputy Director - Patrick Capper! Patrick has served most recently as the Special Assistant to the Director and looks forward to continuing to serve the agriculture community and WSDA in his new capacity.

The Washington State Legislature has come to a resolution on the Hirst decision. Photo Credit: Ted S. Warren, file AP Photo
The back-to-back votes ended a yearlong standoff created by the state Supreme Court’s Hirst ruling. Some Democrats said new wells will trample tribal treaty rights. Some Republicans complained lawmakers were turning over millions of dollars to unelected watershed-restoration panels.Still, Sen

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