Indigenous People's Day

Indigenous People's Day

Indigenous Peoples' Day is a holiday that celebrates and honors Native American peoples and commemorates their histories and cultures. To celebrate, we are sharing some of our favorite Native American owned businesses that you can support today and in the future.


Bow and Arrow

Bow and Arrow Foods started in 1962 at the base of the legendary Sleeping Ute Mountain in southwest Colorado. Bow and Arrow sells blue, white, and yellow cornmeal in quantities for home cooking as well as commercial uses.


O-Gah-Pah Coffee

In 2016, the Quapaw Nation established an O-Gah-Paw in Quapaw, Oklahoma to serve the casino and its tribal government. Now, their passion for coffee has led them to source directly from Indigenous producers in south and central America. Support and follow them on Instagram @ogahpahcoffee.


Passamaquoddy Maple

Passamaquoddy maple syrup is 100 percent certified organic and sustainably harvested from the Passamaquoddy tribe’s land in Maine.


Red Lake Nation Foods

Red Lake Nation Foods sells wild rice from the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians reservation, in addition to jams, jellies, and other traditional foods. The company is dedicated to representing their cultural heritage for the benefit of over 10,000 members of the Red Lake Nation.


Seka Hills

The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation grows olives on their traditional homeland and presses their own oils. The Tribe, which continues to preserve their language and the legacy of their ancestors today, also produces high-end wine, honey, and other specialty foods. All their products can be found on their website and you can also follow them on Instagram @sekahills

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