Nikiko, left, and Marcy Masumoto work on a scones recipe in the kitchen of the family farm near Del Rey in 2013. Nikiko Masumoto will appear on a White House panel next week speaking about the future of food.
Nikiko, left, and Marcy Masumoto work on a scones recipe in the kitchen of the family farm near Del Rey in 2013. Nikiko Masumoto will appear on a White House panel next week speaking about the future of food. CRAIG KOHLRUSS/THE FRESNO BEE Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Nikiko, left, and Marcy Masumoto work on a scones recipe in the kitchen of the family farm near Del Rey in 2013. Nikiko Masumoto will appear on a White House panel next week speaking about the future of food. CRAIG KOHLRUSS/THE FRESNO BEE Fresno Bee Staff Photo

Del Rey farmer Nikiko Masumoto to speak on White House panel

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