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The Tanka team just got back from Anaheim, CA, for Natural Products Expo West. Tanka was exhibiting with the American Indian Foods program of the Intertribal Agricultural Council. Our sales manager Eugene Stover said that the show was extremely busy

January 05, 2021

The Tanka team just got back from Anaheim, CA, for Natural Products Expo West. Tanka was exhibiting with the American Indian Foods program of the Intertribal Agricultural Council.  Our sales manager Eugene Stover said that the show was extremely busy



The Tanka team just got back from Anaheim, CA, for Natural Products Expo West. Tanka was exhibiting with the American Indian Foods program of the Intertribal Agricultural Council.

Our sales manager Eugene Stover said that the show was extremely busy and he had a great time meeting new people and experiencing the show. Our samples were a hit and the team quickly ran out the 1,000 cups they had for samples!

Everyone responded well to our new branding and packaging, which we will reveal more about soon when our president, Mark Tilsen, explains on video why the company has gone with the new look.



Mario Mendias, My Fit Foods founder, at our booth with a friend.
Mendias is using our Tanka Wild Sticks as buffalo horns!




Bianca of Red Lake with their fresh walleye and other fish.



Baron, a young Tanka fan at show.


Below are some of the great Native American companies we have exhibited with in the past at Expo West:

Sister Sky
Umpqua Nation
McGreevy Meats
Roses Native Foods
Pauma Band of Mission Indians
Ramona's American Indian Foods

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