K-State Research and Extension News features Earl Roemer

By Ron Wilson, director of the Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development at Kansas State University

Food is necessary for life. For those with food allergies, the right kind of food is vital.  When someone with gluten intolerance or another food allergy finds a tasty food which is healthy for them, it can be like a new lease on life. Today we’ll meet a Kansas entrepreneur whose company is helping supply those needs with a Farm to Family food safety program.

Earl Roemer is founder and president of Nu Life Market in Scott City. Nu Life Market business development manager Rachel Klataske shared his story with me.

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