NC Connections Food Safety Webinar Series

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Looking for the latest updates in food safety & regulation in North Carolina? Learn important updates and FAQs from regulatory and food safety leaders in North Carolina.

Join us this Spring from 12 – 12:45p each date for insight into North Carolina’s food regulatory structure and hot topics in food safety.

Information will be geared towards NC Extension Agents, Farmers Market Managers, Shared Kitchen Managers, food business entrepreneurs and anyone in the food industry who is trying to increase their knowledge of regulations and basic food safety.

Webinar Schedule & Registration



Registration Links

March 15

NC Department of Agriculture:

Produce Safety Program
April 5

NC Department of Agriculture:

Food Program
April 19

NC Department of Agriculture:

Food Program
May 3

NC County Health Departments:

Retail Food Establishments
May 10

NC Department of Agriculture:

Meat & Poultry Inspection program 
 May 17

The Fine Print:

Registration, exemptions & permitting

May 31 Food Labeling & Allergens

Ask your questions for our Speakers! 

Use the Google Form, available in the Zoom registration.

Presented in partnership with:

NC Department of Agriculture

NC Department of Health & Human Services

N.C. Cooperative Extension

NIFA logo“This work was supported by the intramural research program of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Food Safety Outreach Program 1030908. The findings and conclusions in this preliminary publication have not been formally disseminated by the US Department of Agriculture and should not be construed to represent any agency determination or policy.”

NCSU Extension