David Gumpert on Raw Milk Freedom

Author of “The Raw Milk Revolution” David Gumpert Raw Milkjoins us to talk Raw Milk


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More info on David Gumpert and Raw Milk:

David’s Blog – The Complete Patient

Real Milk – Raw Milk Directory

My interview with John Moody from FTCLDF

Food Freedom with Karine Bouis-Towe

Today we discuss:

  • The current state of Raw Milk. Access, Regulation and Laws
  • Health benefits of Raw Milk
  • How can consumers access Raw Milk?
  • The history of illness associated with Raw Milk
  • Why has Raw Milk been singled out by regulations?
  • Large dairy and the Federal Government working together to kill competition
  • What David sees happening over the next 5 years with Raw Milk and food freedom
  • What can we do to increase our access to the food of our choice?
  • Advice to farmers thinking about starting a Raw Milk dairy

About David Gumpert:

I am a journalist and writer. I’ve been a newspaper reporter and magazine editor, and have written a number of books and articles about food and small business.  I’ve also written some history, in the form of a memoir I co-authored with my aunt, about her experiences during the Holocaust.

My newest book, due out officially July 4, 2013, is Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Food Rights: The Escalating Battle Over Who Decides What We Eat. (It should be available to those who have pre-ordered by early June.) Like my previous book,  The Raw Milk Revolution: Behind America’s Emerging Battle Over Food Rights, it includes a preface by farmer and food rights advocate Joel Salatin.

Before writing about food issues, my prior book was about my family’s experiences during the Holocaust: Inge: A Girl’s Journey Through Nazi Europe. I have also authored or co-authored seven books on various aspects of small business. One of those was Burn Your Business Plan!  What Investors Really Want from Entrepreneurs. It provides entrepreneurs with concrete guidance for going beyond written business plans to attract investor interest. It has been widely praised by entrepreneurs, investors, and academics alike, and is used as a teaching tool in many business schools around the country.

In 1995, I co-founded an Internet marketing company that grew to 20 employees and was acquired in late 1999 by a public corporation.

Prior to my book-writing and entrepreneurship efforts, I spent nine years as a staff reporter with The Wall Street Journal and seven years as small business editor of the Harvard Business Review. I was also a senior editor of Inc. Magazine. My bachelor’s degree is in political science from the University of Chicago, and a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

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  • Scott

    This interview was packed with eye opening information and I really enjoyed it!

    • http://www.agriculturalinsights.com Chris

      Scott,

      Thank you! I really enjoyed the interview as well. David is so knowledgeable and well spoken. I’m glad you enjoyed it.