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Gregory Woodworth Discusses Background And Involvement In Farming

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  • Date Added : 4/15/2011
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Gregory Woodworth

  • Founder, Stony Brook WholeHeartedFoods
  • male
  • Caucasian
  • 1972 (Age: 49 years old)
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Greg Woodworth is founder and Vice President of Stony Brook Whole Hearted Foods, a company that produces and distributes culinary oil based on squash seed varietals. The squash oils are produced by cold-expeller pressing resulting in a unique, regional oil sold to the retail gourmet and natural food shop market. Founded in 2008, the company is located in Geneva, New York at the Cornell Agriculture and Food Technology Park.

Prior to starting Stony Brook, Woodworth has been involved in all aspects of food service management for more than 20 years. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Food and Beverage Management from Cornell University at the Hotel School and an MBA from Bentley College.

Hi my name is Greg Woodworth. I'm the founder and one of the partners with Stony Brook Whole Hearted Foods. We're located up in Geneva; right up on the other end of Seneca Lake. To tell you about what we do, I thought I would sort of turn it to the audience in a sense and sort of address you with...(Full transcript available to logged in subscribers.).

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Video 1 of 3 Gregory Woodworth Discusses Background And Involvement In Farming
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Video 3 of 3 Gregory Woodworth States Customer Relationships And Transparency Are Key To Sustainability
  • Gregory Woodworth - Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration 2011 Panel - The Business of Local Foods
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