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Interest in Bruce Wilson organic chewing tobacco continues

Ten years after the story of Bruce Wilson's quest to grow his own organic chewing tobacco, and almost as long as since he abandoned the project because he didn't get the taste right, interest continues. Does anyone know if anyone else has taken up the project? - CM

Joan Snowball writes to inventor Bruce Wilson:
Hello. I would like to thank you for organic chewing tobacco. You are all amazing. I am 72 and I had to quit smoking 3 years ago. Now I chew, and it seems the tobacco is making me dizzy. I have eliminated every thing. I am on an organic raw food diet. I think I can quit the tobacco, but I hope I do not have too. Please tell me how to purchase your chewing tobacco. Thank you so much. Joan - Joan Snowball
Thanks, Joan Snowball Sorry the product is not commercially available. But your letter has made our day. The story is still inspiring. See: Comments re article 24942 Bruce Wilson has organic chewing tobacco crop ready to harvest

This story was posted on 2018-05-30 04:26:36
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