Future of Agriculture 023: JJ Jones of the Center For Food Integrity

The amount of biased propaganda on the internet is incredible. Especially in this politically divisive season, we are surrounded by information that cannot fully be trusted.

Where can one go for well-researched, scientific facts? For politics: your options are slim. But for food and agriculture, we have the Center for Food Integrity. On this episode, Tim discusses objective research in agriculture, and how we can articulate truthful messages in an unbiased way.

JJ Jones grew up in Northwest Kansas and has worked in various aspects of the agriculture industry throughout his career. He now spends the majority of his time building trust in the food supply through The Center for Food Integrity. JJ is an objective, articulate, thoughtful, and well-researched advocate for best practices in food production. Enjoy this interview with JJ.

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Tim Hammerich
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Tim helps agricultural companies find talented employees. He is the Founder of AgGrad and the Host of the "Future of Agriculture" Podcast. Originally from California, he is now based out of Boise, Idaho.

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