NC Homemade Entrepreneur

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Do you want to earn some extra money by preparing food in your home? Have you ever thought about starting a home-based food business? If so, then this is the program for you! N.C. Cooperative Extension of Nash, Edgecombe, and Harnett Counties are teaming up to bring this introduction to starting a home-based food business to you. This virtual training will provide information on:

  • North Carolina food lawBread
  • Business and marketing plans
  • Food safety and best practices
  • Hear from food business & product specialist
  • Along with information and resources to help get started or advance your home food business!

Register online: NC Homemade

N.C. Homemade Entre Fall 2021 Flyer

Registration deadline is September 14, 2021. For more information, please contact the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Nash County Center at (252) 459-9810. You may also contact Traci Dixon, Community and Rural Development Agent at tdixon@ncat.edu, Shoneca Kent, Community and Rural Development Agent at sekent@ncat.edu, or Regina Moseley, Family and Consumer Sciences Agent at regina_moseley@ncsu.edu.

North Carolina Cooperative Extension is an equal opportunity provider.