Solari Food Series: Navigating Organics with Ronnie Cummins

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Solari Food Series: Navigating Organics with Ronnie Cummins
Solari Food Series: Navigating Organics with Ronnie Cummins

“Our task is to look at the world and see it whole.” ~E. F. Schumacher

By Catherine Austin Fitts

This week on The Solari Report, Harry Blazer interviews Ronnie Cummins, co-founder and International Director of the Organic Consumers Association (OCA) and its Mexican affiliate Via Organica.

The OCA is a non-profit, U.S.-based network of 2 million consumers, dedicated to safeguarding organic standards and promoting a healthy, just, and sustainable system of agriculture and commerce.

As Ronnie points out, there are 50 to 100 million organic farmers and ranchers worldwide. Indeed, the full food and farming industry worldwide is bigger than the military industrial complex. If you look at all the problems that plague us, from immigration to inequality, solving all the problems will involve a return to regenerative soil and agriculture with the vitality of life that results.

As he connects the dots, Ronnie provides essential tips for navigating the food system and helps you understand the power of your personal food choices.

In Let’s Go to the Movies, I will review Haute Cuisine, a charming French film that celebrates how food nurtures and connects our hearts on planet Earth.

Haute Cuisine (2013) Official Trailer

Haute Cuisine (2013) Official Trailer

In Money & Markets this week I will discuss the latest in financial and geopolitical news from Tennessee, having just returned to the United States after two months in Europe. Subscribers can post questions and recommended stories here.

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Related Websites:

Organic Consumers Association

Harry Blazer & Blazer Consulting

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