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d) Meet specific state, local or neighborhood food and agricultural needs including needs that are relating to infrastructure improvement and development, long-term solutions plans, creation of innovative marketing strategies that mutually benefit agricultural producers and low-income consumers.

The activities involved in the Community Food Projects Competitive Grants Program will be subdivided into three main categories such as the Community Food Projects (CFP), Planning Projects(PP), and the Training and Capacity Building Projects. To find out more about the Community Food Projects Competitive Grants Program, don't hesitate to visit Topgovermentgrants.com or the Grants.gov website.

Private, nonprofit entities will be considered eligible to apply for this grant if they meet the following requirements:

a) have experience in the field of community food work, job training and business development activities involving food-related strategies in low income communities

b) can demonstrate competency needed for the implementation of a project, including the provision of fiscal accountability, collection of data, and the preparation of reports and other necessary documentation

c) can demonstrate the willingness to share information with researches, evaluators, practitioners, and as well as other interested parties.

The Department of Agriculture, the agency wherein the National Institute of Food and Agriculture is under, is the nation's premiere agency responsible for continuous anti-hunger efforts and food safety conservation techniques.

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