GREEN HOME SHOW #37: Healthy Organic Food: Part 3 Interview questions for Dave Kelso of Alberts Organics and Jay Totman of Natural By Nature Dairy
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Guest Segment Time – 12:00
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Dave Kelso of Alberts Organics and Jay Totman of Natural By Nature Dairy
Our first guest today has been married for 7 years to his wife Lori and has an adorable 4 yr. old daughter Cadance.
His hobbies include buying and selling antique cars and motorcycles and like my co-host, he’s heavily into the surfing thing and dogs. I’ll let you guys go nuts with that stuff a little later. He’s involved with animal rescue. He’s also the Secretary of Delco Cruisers Car Club, which boasts over 250 members.
This guest has 20+ years restaurant management experience, with 10 years in the Organic industry, where he’s been involved with both product development and marketing. He currently handles foodservice sales for the East Coast for Alberts Organics, servicing corporate account, colleges and the like. Please help me welcome Mr. David Kelso.
Welcome to the GGHS David and thanks for joining us this morning.
As for our other guest, I have no information, so I assume he doesn’t actually exist. He’s Jay Totman from Natural by Nature Dairy in Pennsylvania. Thanks for being here Jay. Why don’t you tell us a bit about yourself?
Thank you both so much for coming in to chat with us today. We appreciate you being here. Why don’t we start from the beginning:
- your back ground...how did you get started in the organic business
- Tell us about Alberts... and natural by Nature Dairy
- Tell us about buying organics and saving money
- What about eating natural foods, Processed foods?
- Talk to us about shopping at the Whole foods or other stores...
- Dairy industry, tell us
- What do we do over the winter?...
- What about CSA and investing in Organic farms..
- The Future..
- 3 things you do around the house....
- Important websites?
Overall Segment #4 – 9:00
Guest Segment (continued) – 7:00
Global News / New Tech. Report (if necessary) – 1:00
A San Francisco based, bio-technology company Solazyme, which is developing techniques for converting vats of algae into car and plane fuel, will also exploit its manufacturing processes to make oils for other industries, including the food industry.
The company is already working on edible oils. Ideally these oils could provide greater health benefits, costs less, and be more environmentally friendly to create than current cooking oils. According to Harrison Dillon, president and chief technology officer, Solazyme can provide tailor-made oils.
The ability to shift into new markets largely revolves around the nature of algae itself in the processes employed by the company. First, the creatures; algae are seriously greasy. The North Sea oilfield and other large deposits are the fossilized remnants of algae blooms from hundreds of millions of years ago. What's interesting is that algae are the original oil producers, not dinosaurs, as most people believe.
We’d like to thank our sponsors: Suntrust Mortgage, CMI Electric, Energy Services Group, Myecoagent.com and Option Insurance Group and also our guests today: Dave Kelso of Alberts Organics and JayTotman of Natural By Nature’s Dairy. We also need to thank our studio crew: Our engineer – John Lamonica and Our producer – Brooke Chase