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The Tip is 'Watch What You Eat'

While in the grocery store recently I noticed that the apples were from South America. Next to South American apples were a bin of apples labeled Made in USA.  I decided to go with the Made in America apples since they were US grown.

Always remember the Big Secret- buying more American made products helps put Americans back to work.  It will guide you to food you will want to eat that is grown with US labor.  If you just take a moment to look and think before you buy, it is likely you will find what you are looking for. 

Also, be careful because sometimes labels are not what they seem.  Some companies use the letters USA to fool you into thinking they are American products.  Trust only those products that literally claim their country of origin.  Look for labeling like: Product of USA, Made in USA, Grown in USA, or other definitive markings.

And last, when you begin the journey of purposely identifying American products keep in mind that it may take a little time but the more you look the easier it becomes.  You will start to remember which brands are made in the USA and which aren't.  This knowledge makes it easy and will accumulate over time.  Some food items are not grown in the USA and you will learn that too.  The Big Secret tells us we don't need to purchase everything from USA manufacturers just a little more than we are accustom to.  If you can average $200 a month more on domestic purchases than you otherwise would it adds up fast.  $2,400 a year is equivalent to 7 MILLION new American jobs.  We believe that is a good thing.   


Buying Tip Continued - Read more on Made in America Products by Tiny But Mighty

Gene and Lynn Mealhow, and their sons, have been producing Tiny But Mighty Popcorn? since the late 1990s. A third-generation family farmer and soil consultant by profession, Gene continues to consult with farmers regarding sustainable practices. He bought the popcorn business from Richard Kelty, whose family had farmed in Urbana, IA for several generations.

In the 1980s, when his father and uncle left farming, Gene started to look at the whole picture involving groundwater and chemicals. He joined a soil consulting firm, which advised farmers about soil nutrients and seed selection. One of Gene's first customers in the early 1990s was Richard Kelty, who brought Mealhow in to reduce his waste and increase his yield. The popcorn stalks were falling down and producing only 600 lbs per acre, which was not commercially viable. One of the early challenges was getting the three-inch long ears to fill to the tip.

Gene's first reaction when he encountered the tiny corn kernels was What in the world is this stuff? He began consulting with experts from around the United States, and discovered that the K&K kernel is most likely a variety of flint corn. The Kelty and Kramer families either found it growing in Iowa when they settled here in the 1850s, or they traded for it with local Indians. It may have even originated in the western states.

According to Richard Kelty, original owner of the company, his great, great, great-grandfather, Samuel Kelty, settled just northwest of what is now Cedar Rapids in the 1850s. While no one in his family knows exactly where the seed came from, they believe it came from Indian neighbors. When Richard Kelty returned home from the army in the mid-1970s, he found the last remaining seed in a fruit jar. He popped some and planted the rest?and a new business was born.

What makes Tiny But Mighty popcorn unique, besides its tiny kernels and disintegrating hulls, is that it is open pollinated. A 128-day corn, TBM is also difficult to raise, process, and keep its integrity. Gene consulted with a popcorn breeder from Idaho, who said TBM was a rare variety. Because it is hard to breed, most people in the popcorn industry wanted nothing to do with it.

For the Mealhows, popcorn is not just a business. It's their passion, and Tiny But Mighty Popcorn? is a product they do not want to die. One of their biggest pleasures is meeting customers, who range from friends to people throughout the United States. In fact, Gene doesn't like to use the word customer, instead, he builds friendships with people who enjoy his product. At a recent trade show in Chicago, Mealhow was thrilled to have a mother say to her kids, This is a real farmer, and he's from Iowa.

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