NCDA&CS Connecting Local Foods to Buyers

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tomatoes in a bushel basketThe North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDA&CS) recognizes the need for a mechanism to connect local foods to potential market opportunities.

If you are a North Carolina farmer/rancher/producer/agribusiness interested in connecting with potential buyers, please complete the form. The information you provide will be utilized to build an online database, and registration is completely voluntary. By submitting information, you are certifying that you comply with any applicable state and federal laws and regulations regarding food safety, business registration requirements, etc.

If your farm is GAP Certified or Organic Certified, please have all certification information accessible before starting this form as you cannot save and return to complete the form at a later time.

* Please note that submitting information to this database is voluntary and not a commitment for sales; any purchases and pricing will be directly between producers and buying entities. All information provided to the N.C. Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services through this form is considered public information. By submitting information, you agree to be contacted by third parties. 

You will be receiving a separate email at the account provided to enter product specific information and product availability dates. 
If this information is not provided, your farm/business information will not be provided to potential buyers. 

If you do not receive this email, please check your junk/spam folders. (note: this will be shared with more buyers than just schools)

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