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American Indian Foods

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PO Box 958
+14062593525
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PO Box 958
+14062593525

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The ultimate goal of this program is to develop sustainable economics for Native American made products.

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PO Box 958 ,MT ,59103
+14062593525
45.784284891344, -108.48655700684

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2021-09-23

We are in Philly!! Come check us out at the Natural Products Expo East Booth 937 ๐Ÿงก [email protected] @thunderislandcoffee @west_side_meats @natprodexpo n.n.n.n#americanindianfoods #indianagriculture #madeproducedbyamericanindian #expoeast2021 #naturalproductsexpo

2021-09-20

Registration is now open for the 2021 IAC Annual Conference!

2021-09-14

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2021-09-10

Great recipe by AIF member Little Wolf Foods. Happy FRIDAY!

2021-09-04

Forget the long grocery lines when you can find a local rancher for all your grillin' cravings. Find a list of meat producers to support by visiting https://www.indianagfoods.org/meat. n.n#grilling #labordayweekend #madeproducedbyamericanindian #americanindianfoods n. nPhotos from AIF members: Litson Ranch, Moore Brothers Beef, Kahulahele Farmstead, Birds N Things Farm, Bravo & Sons, LLC

2021-08-31

We love hearing from recipients of the Native Food Connection food boxes filled with Made and Produced by American Indian certified businesses. Find and support Native American businesses here - www.indianagfoods.org ๐ŸŒŸ

2021-08-25

Visit our directory to find Native businesses to support - www.indianagfoods.org/producers. #WednesdayWisdom ๐ŸŒŸ

2021-08-06

Did you know August 1-7 is National Farmers Market Week? Support your local producers and be sure to go to one this week!nAre you a producers? Share where we can find you in the comments ๐Ÿ™Œn.n.n#farmersmarketsareessential

2021-08-06

"Buying Indian-caught salmon directly from the river is a tradition that non-Indians started participating in some 200 years ago, about the time Lewis and Clark passed through the Columbia Basin. Over-the-bank salmon sales help Indian fishers support their families and make it possible for them to continue their traditional livelihood," says Buck Jones of CRITFC. nnColumbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission is a valued partner and long-time member of American Indian Foods. Learn more about how to support tribal fishers by visiting CRITFC's website: nhttps://www.critfc.org/harvest/nn...n#FindYourSeafood #KnowYourFisherman #LocalCatchNetwork #CommunityBasedFisheries #LocalSeafood #SeafoodSystems #FindYourSeafoodWeek #SeafoodFinder #FindYourSeafoodWeek

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