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Non-profit events should help drive a profitable food system

Slow Food Charlotte is working with the chefs of PCG, culinary students, and an NC apple grower, Lee Calhoun, to collaborate on a whole product lifecycle experience. Chefs and students will go to Lee’s farm to hear him speak, pick apples, and build relationships. Then in the following days the chefs will build menu items […]

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NC Choices

Practicing Local Farmers and Meat Producers Event

$20 per person includes access to entire program, catered lunch and workshop materials. Registration is available online, pay by credit card, by clicking here. Processing fees apply (less than $5). Payment by check can be made- email casey@ncchoices.com for details. Use subject line “RLC workshop pay by check” NC Cooperative Extension personnel should register by contacting […]

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The Southeast is Producing Non-GMO Canola Oil

Always encouraging to hear regional partners creating alternatives products that don’t sacrifice in its quality or operations. Why non-GMO canola? Canola (Brassica family), not traditionally a southern crop, is an attractive commodity. It has the lowest saturated fat of any major vegetable oil, with a favorable mix of mono- and polyunsaturated fats. It’s also an […]

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