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To provide a unified effort to promote change in Indian Agriculture for the benefit of Indian People.
The Intertribal Agriculture Council conducts a wide range of programs designed to further the goal of improving Indian Agriculture. The IAC promotes the Indian use of Indian resources and contracts with federal agencies to maximize resources for tribal members.
Discover Native American Indian & Alaska Native Foods at Gulfood Dubai, United Arab EmiratesFebruary 15, 2016
Billings, Montana, USA, Feb. 15, 2016, — The American Indian Foods (AIF) program administered by the Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) will introduce Native American Indian and Alaska Native food products to the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) food trade during Gulfood. The show runs from February 21-25, 2016.
Located in the USA Pavilion, Sheikh Saeed hall 3, booths S2-F55 & S2-F53, American Indian Foods will have export ready products on display that are made and produced by Native American Indians and Alaska Natives. In addition to learning about the American Indian Foods export program, you will meet the following exhibitors listed here by location and products:
Arctic Circle Wild Salmon (Inupiat Eskimo Village, Alaska) – Wild Alaskan salmon and smoked salmon.
KivaSun Foods (Bend, Oregon)- Bison jerky.
Premier Harvest (Bellingham, WA) – King crab from Alaska.
Shoshone Bannock Tribal Farms (Fort Hall, Idaho)- Potatoes and potato products from Idaho.
“This is our first time to exhibit at the Gulfood show and American Indian Foods is excited to introduce Native American Indian and Alaska Native food products to the region,” states Nathan Notah, Program Director. “This year we’ll have exhibitors showcasing products to include King crab, wild salmon and smoked salmon from Alaska, bison jerky and potatoes. We invite the food trade and media to come visit our booth, meet our exhibitors and learn more about high-quality and natural products available from Native American Indians and Alaska Natives.”
Foods from Native American Indians come from Tribes and Alaska Natives throughout the United States and are grown on lands of the Native American Nations or fished and harvested from their natural waters. Many of the products sold are still harvested in ways defined hundreds of years ago by the American Indian Tribes and Alaska Natives.
Food products from participants in the American Indian Foods export program include beef jerky, chillis, chocolate, popcorn, wild rice, fry bread, fruits and vegetables, meats to include buffalo, seafood/fish, spices and seasonings, maple syrup, wine and other agricultural products
In addition to exhibiting at international and U.S. food shows, American Indian Foods export program sponsors Native Tastes cooking demonstrations, foreign buyer missions and press missions. Native Tastes activities and menu promotions have been held in Europe, Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong to introduce the food trade to American Indian Foods products.
To learn more about American Indian Foods and the participants in Gulfood, visit our booth at S2-F55 & S2-F53 in USA Pavilion within Sheikh Saeed hall 3 or visit www.AmericanIndianFoods.com
Intertribal Agriculture Council
American Indian Foods
100 N. 27th Street, Suite 500
Billings, Montana 59101