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Video Summary of Food Dialogues: North Carolina

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Now more than ever, North Carolinians have questions about the foods they eat and the farmers that feed them. That’s why the North Carolina Animal Agriculture Coalition and the US Farmers & Ranchers Alliance hosted the Food Dialogues: North Carolina event on September 19, 2013. Take a look at this great summary video and hear first hand from our panel ... Read More »

Food Dialogues®: North Carolina, Panel 1 “What’s On My Plate?”

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PANEL 1: WHAT’S ON MY PLATE? North Carolinians want to know more about the food on their plates. This panel discussed the importance of consumer choice in the marketplace including organic and conventionally grown foods, and the use of science and biotechnology in food production. Our expert panelists addressed health and safety concerns related to the foods we eat, how food ... Read More »

Farmers Market Interviews – Food Dialogues®: North Carolina

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Food Dialogues®: North Carolina moderator Lynda Loveland took a video crew to the North Carolina State Farmers Market to hear firsthand from moms and food decision makers the questions they have about the foods they eat and the farmers that feed us! Read More »

Food Dialogues®: North Carolina, Panel 2 “Who is My Farmer?”

Lynda, Dr. Sid, Tommy, Vivian

PANEL 2: WHO IS MY FARMER? Agriculture and agribusiness represent the largest segment of our state’s economy, but most of our population is generations removed from the family farm. Food Dialogues: North Carolina educated consumers about where their food comes from, and the people who produce it. This panel focused on farming in North Carolina, why many farms look and operate much ... Read More »

Food Dialogues®: North Carolina – How has farming changed?

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Our state’s agriculture has changed over the past 20 — 30 years to meet the demands of a growing population. This excerpt for our Panel 2 discussion focuses on farming in North Carolina, and why and how it has changed. Read More »