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North Carolina Agritourism Networking Association

NCANA is a non-profit organization that serves Agritourism Farmers and Agritourism Specialists throughout North Carolina and encompassing states. We have a tendency to be a non-commercial association that promotes networking between Agritourism Professionals, works to grow the Agritourism trade by promotion of agritourism and education to the dedicated members, governmental and elective officers and policy manufacturers. The Old North State-ANA hosts the NC Agritourism Conference annually, usually control in Jan of every year that brings farmers along, not solely from across the state, however from across the country moreover. throughout that point amount we have a tendency to not solely have associate interactive farm tours that visits Agritourism Farms and alternative points of interest, however we have a tendency to conjointly host an outsized academic conference and trade event that attractiveness to not solely beginners within the Agritourism world however the intimate and seasoned farmers moreover. Our conferences bring vendors and exhibitors that are specific to the trade which our Agritourism farmers need to speak communicate and network with. ANA can modify agritourism farmers to share best practices, network with peers, discuss and notice answers to challenges, celebrate successes, and advocate for required resources.  The organization can work to search out solutions to attain the subsequent goals listed in priority order by the initial task force: simply accessible and cheap liability insurance; consistent division and coming up with regulations; selling support and resources; road and website signage; safety; funds for prices of start-up; and partnering with alternative rural arts activities.

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Food safety is a technical discipline describing preparation, handling, and storage of food in ways that inhibit foodborne illness. Research activities and policies will help to cope with the three main challenges these globe is facing today: securing effective food production in face of a growing world food demand; ensuring sustainable management of natural resources and climate action; to contribute to a balanced territorial development The pathways within this line of thought are safety between market and the industry and then between the consumer and the market. Food can transmit disease from person to person and as serve as a growth medium for bacteria that causes food poisoning. There are numerous Food Safety Societies worldwide both national and international. However, “North Carolina Agritourism Networking Association” stands out to be one of the most renowned societies for Agritourism worldwide. Food Safety and Food Safety Societies in different parts of the world are as follows:

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