Announcing the Native Food Connection Webstore!

The Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) is pleased to announce the launch of the Native Food Connection webstore! The IAC American Indian Foods (AIF) program now offers food boxes containing specialty products sourced from “Made/Produced by American Indian” agribusinesses.


“It’s all about connecting Native producers with consumers and new buyers,” said Latashia Redhouse, IAC-AIF Director. “We have shifted our focus towards the distribution of Native Food Connection food boxes through IAC’s regional events and more! By partnering with Native-led and Native-supported endeavors of all kinds, we are increasing awareness of the value and quality of Native-produced products. The ultimate goal is to inspire interest in supporting American Indian and Alaskan Native agribusinesses.”


We only have 50 boxes, so place your order now by visiting: www.indianag.org/nativefoodconnections. We will be stopping orders on December 11 to make certain boxes are delivered for the Holidays.


“This is one of many innovative ways IAC can increase awareness of American Indian and Alaskan Native agricultural efforts,” Redhouse said with excitement. “Implementing digital strategies, we are ensuring advantageous outcomes for American Indian and Alaskan Native agribusinesses.”


Learn more about the IAC-AIF program at: www.indianagfoods.org/


Looking to interact with all things Native agriculture? Here’s your chance! Please join us at our NO-COST-TO-ATTEND IAC 2020 Virtual Conference December 7-10. Register here: www.indianag.org/events

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