This Candy Man Is A Non-GMO Farmer

 

Joe Dutra, non GMO farmer
Joe Dutra
Presidential Export Award Winner
Westec NV Inc

Joe Dutra has been a farmer all his life.  He grew up in a farming family and now grows and distributes non GMO hybrid corn, alfalfa and Durum wheat throughout the world.

As a soil scientist and agronomist he was in the business before GMO seeds became a big part of our food culture.  He has seen first-hand the detrimental effects on our bodies and our environment and in this podcast helps us understand what has changed.

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You’ll learn how GMO plants have changed farming today, affected our #pollinators and changed the overall balance of nature.

You’ll also learn how the products have silently invaded every part of our food cycle through high-fructose corn syrup, soy and sugar.

Joe explains how the changes in the proteins and enzymes affect us at the molecular level.

He is best known in Reno NV for his candy company, Kimmie Candy, the first candy company in the U.S. to win the Presidential Export Award.  His candy is organic, gluten free and non GMO.

 

Joe Dutra non GMO Kimmie Candy

 

Joe Dutra, Westec NV Inc. & Kimmie Candy  , Podcast #107 – Listen here:

 

(Enjoy this podcast and read my corresponding blog post to learn how important non-GMO and organic products are to your health and well-being. )

 

 

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Tova Roseman is a horticulturist, designer, award-winning speaker and nationally best-selling author. She received two awards for Best Radio Program in the nation and has been featured on HGTV, Discovery, NBC and ABC television. Tova is well-known for creating lush, organic gardens that are waterwise and pollinator friendly in challenging climates.

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