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Painted Skye Management Offers 11 Ways to Succeed in Business
The Tilsen family has certainly made their mark on the Pine Ridge Reservation...
Native American Natural Foods to Launch Non-Profit at Black Hills Powwow
The Black Hills Powwow in Rapid City, South Dakota will be held October 10 – 12, this year marks the seven year anniversary of when the Tanka Bar was introduced at the powwow...
Native American Natural Foods CEO Testified About Rural Growth at Senate Agriculture Committee
Yesterday Mark Tilsen, president and CEO of Native American Natural Foods, maker of Tanka Bars, testified before a U.S...
Buffalo Jerky Tanka Bars Selling on 375 Reservations; Low-Cal, High-Energy
Oglala Sioux-owned Native American Natural Foods —maker of the delicious buffalo jerky and cranberry bar, known as the Tanka Bar, among many other 100 percent natural, low-calorie,...
Tanka Bar Hosts 'Harlem Shake' Contest
The Harlem Shake has become the hottest dance trend and meme across the U.S. thanks to Baauer...
Pine Ridge Business Wins Innovation Award, Faces Challenges from Fast Expansion
New packaging for the Tanka Bar reduces excess material by more than 50 percent, making it a more ecologically sustainable product...
'Fast Food' Indian Nation
Dale Carson For energy and sustenance, the Cree in Canada used to eat pemmican, a jerky made by working animal fats back into preserved meat...