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American Indian Foods (AIF) is a program of the Intertribal Agriculture Council that began in 1998 under contract with the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service. The partnership was developed as a platform for American Indian food businesses to showcase their products and share Tribal cultures with the world.

American Indian Foods come from coast to coast in the United States and are grown on the pristine lands of Native American Nations or raised in their natural waters. Many of these products are still harvested in ways defined hundreds of years ago. Native American communities are a close knit group as many of them gather families and friends together annually to harvest, celebrate, and give thanks.


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Latashia Redhouse

AIF Director

Latashia Redhouse is an enrolled member of the Diné Nation and was raised in southeastern Utah. She graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Journalism with an emphasis in Corporate Communications at Utah State University. She has spent years supporting organizations with marketing strategies and guidance, and is excited to serve the Native American farmer-entrepreneurs and business owners. Her passion is to inspire Indigenous professionals and offer solutions to help grow their business.

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Britni Beck

AIF Assistant Director

Britni Beck serves as Associate Director of American Indian Foods for the Intertribal Agriculture Council and resides in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. She is a citizen of the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska and a graduate from the Grain Science Department at Kansas State University.  She currently pursues a Master’s from the University of Oklahoma with focus on Indigenous Peoples Law.  Britni's broad background in agriculture includes farming, ranching, and grain milling where she has gained experience in many aspects of operations, regulatory compliance, and business development. She is passionate about connecting farm to table by developing partnerships, relationships, and opportunities to further elevate Indian agriculture and the next seven generations.

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