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I have been involved in agriculture for over 30 years. The answer, like so many things is: it depends. Most states, but not all, regulate seed wholesalers and require a license. The licensing requirements vary from state to state-some are rigorous, others are like a library card. As to finding a...

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. . . Happy New Decade . . . Try searching for Sir Bob Geldof ; on the Internet. . . . ( Yes : The Former Boomtown Rat ! ) . . . Apparently : His Ethical Investment Vehicle is currently dishing out (Hundreds of) Millions of Dollars ; to Sustainable African Enterprises. Whatever the Case :...

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Consider reaching out to companies like Foodem and Root. Perhaps you've never heard of these names, but i've always liked Foodem's b2b model and for some reason I've always liked their videos, who knows... Root happens to have a great product (and team btw) Eric is a great guy, I'm sure he'd be h...

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Easy way. Connect with publishers of health magazines, write articles for the magazine (paid or free) using soft sell techniques to promote your products. Or you could setup a Food Porn site (glitzy photos of finished recipes), where recipes skew toward using your products. Likely several 100s...

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Hi, giving farmers ownership, such as shares, in your business would only invite confusion as the level of business awareness is likely to vary among all the different parties. Instead, create a relationship whereby the farmers have a direct benefit tied to their sales to you such that they will...

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