10 Indigenous-owned food and beverage brands to stock

Maple syrup, wine, jerky and coffee are just some of the high-quality products coming out of America’s Native reservations.

Melissa Kvidahl Reilly, Writer/Editor

June 4, 2021

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While the number of businesses owned by Native Americans is on the rise, having grown 45% between 2007 and 2012 (the latest numbers from the U.S. Small Business Administration), Native and Indigenous people face unique hurdles. Restoring land ownership, fighting poverty and addressing systemic issues has historically made it difficult for Indigenous business owners to succeed.

The tide is changing, however, with more retailers and companies seeking to support diverse brands. Here are just a few standout food and beverage brands that are proudly owned by Indigenous people.

About the Author(s)

Melissa Kvidahl Reilly


Melissa Kvidahl Reilly is a freelance writer and editor with 10 years of experience covering news and trends in the natural, organic and supplement markets. She lives and works in New Jersey.

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