Nutting, the owner of a local nut farm, has a dream of a future without fossil fuels.
But he’s not alone.
Deez nuts, the only nuts grown in the continental United States, have been an economic boon for a region where oil and natural gas are the major commodities.
The U.s. produces about 90 percent of the world’s nut crop, and Nutting has been a beneficiary of both oil and its cheaper cousin, natural gas.
The company has been profitable, with revenues topping $1 billion last year and net income growing by 50 percent to $8.6 million, according to a company filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The Nutting family, which has owned the farm for 35 years, says the business has helped the family support its four young children.
The family is still selling nuts for a profit, but the family’s success is dependent on the popularity of the products.
Some of the nut farms nuts are used for ice cream, cookies, cookies and ice cream bars.
Nutting says its products are used in ice cream shops in Oklahoma and Pennsylvania, among other places.
But for the family, the nuts are also the source of pride and a source of income.
The nuts themselves are made from seeds, nuts, oil and other ingredients.
Nutts nut business is one of the few that produce enough nut to sustain the family.
Deez nuts says it has been able to make a profit because it has expanded its distribution and expanded the nuts it sells to consumers.
But the company has had to do so on the backs of consumers who buy nuts from other companies.
Dees nuts, whose website is www.deeznuts.com, is owned by Michael J. Dees, who is also a vice president at Nutts, according a person familiar with the company’s operations.
The family has invested heavily in Nutts marketing and distribution, the person said.
Deeeees nuts has been operating under the brand of Nutts Ice Cream, which sells a variety of flavors and toppings.
It has also expanded its offerings to include ice cream for kids.
The business is doing well, but it has struggled to compete with other nut and seed companies, said Michael G. Geddes, a professor at the University of Iowa’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
The market is more saturated today.””
It’s not like the nut industry was completely saturated in the 1980s and 1990s.
The market is more saturated today.”
Geddes said there’s been a decline in the size of the market for nuts over the last decade.
In the 1980, about $50 billion worth of nuts were sold.
That number has fallen to about $20 billion today, he said, which is an increase of about 25 percent.
Gedds said nut and oil companies have taken advantage of that shift in the market to focus on the lower-priced products, which have been less profitable.
Nutting is a smaller nut producer than other oil and nut companies, so its customers are a little less sophisticated and sophisticated nut consumers, said Jim Kesten, a senior vice president with the trade publication American Seed.
In the past two years, Nutts has invested $5 million in marketing and expansion efforts to expand its distribution network and become more market-savvy, Kestens said.
He said Nutts’ growth has helped diversify its product offerings, including nuts and seeds.