Podcast with host Dennis Crowley
Episode 14 of the Food Rights Hour podcast is about food buying clubs. During this episode, our host Dennis Crowley and John Moody, food buying club consultant for FTCLDF members and administrator for Whole Life Buying Club, discuss:
- How a food buying club works
- Why food buying clubs matter to the local and real food movement
- How John Moody crafted a truly successful food buying club model
- Why food buying club members should also be FTCLDF members
- How to find farmers and members for a food buying club
Listen to the podcast to find out!
The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the speaker(s) and not those of the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund.
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Even though individual farmers don’t have a lot of clout, farmers, consumers and artisanal producers taking a stand together do!
FTCLDF can help food buying clubs by providing free legal advice on contracts with club members and farmers and much more.
John Moody is a small farmer and administrator for the Whole Life Buying Club in Louisville, KY. With almost a decade of experience in production, distribution, food preparation, fermentation and more, John enjoys sharing his insights with others. He and his family are especially motivated by the health benefits real food brings to both people and planet. Moody and his wife and four kids live on 30+ acres in the rolling hills and high humidity of Kentucky. John Moody is also a consultant for Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund members.
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