All of the products receive equal promotion and attention and are promoted in overseas trade shows by the respective producer of the product.
AIF exhibits at tradeshows with representatives of the par- ticipating company to demonstrate the product and answer questions about its products. AIF also has a chef on hand to conduct Native Taste Seminars that illustrate how to utilize American Indian products in meal preparation and how to present American Indian foods in restaurants.
AIF Export Program will be participating in four international food shows in calendar year 2010- FOODEX Japan, Food Hotel Asia in Singapore, SIAL in France and Fine Foods Aus- tralia. They will also participate in U.S. food shows, sponsor a reverse trade mission for buyers from overseas countries to visit the Unit- ed States and meet Ameri- can Indian producers, and organize a press mission.
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American Indian Foods a program of the Intertribal Agricul- ture Council, began in 1998 under a partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture / Foreign Agricultural Ser- vice (FAS). The partnership was developed as a platform for American Indian food businesses to showcase their prod- ucts and share tribal cultures with the world.
American Indian foods come from coast to coast in the United States and are grown on pristine lands of the Native American Nations or come from their natural waters. Many of the products sold are still harvested in ways defined hundreds of years ago. Native American communities are a close knit group — many of them gather families and friends together annually to harvest, celebrate and give thanks.
Intertribal Agriculture Council
100 North 27th, Suite 500 Billings, Montana 59101-2054
Tel: 1-406-259-3525 Fax: 1-406-256-9980
Website: www.indianaglink.com www.AmericanIndianFoods.com
International Export Program American Indian Foods
American Indian Foods’ Asia Consultant
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