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Native American Natural Foods to release
5 new buffalo snacks at Expo West

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For Immediate Release
Feb. 29, 2016

KYLE, SD, Feb. 29, 2016 -- Native American Natural Foods will be launching an entirely new line of buffalo snack products called TANKA TRAIL and two new TANKA BAR flavors at the upcoming Natural Products Expo West show in Anaheim, CA.

The new products will debut at Natural Products Expo West, March 11-13, in Booth #9310 in the Ballroom of the Anaheim Convention Center.

The new TANKA TRAIL products combine the popular Tanka buffalo meat snacks with fruits, nuts and seeds in an innovative resealable double pouch. The TANKA TRAIL snacks will feature 3 delicious flavor combinations:
Blueberry Almond with Slow Smoked Original Tanka Buffalo
Mango Pepper with Turkey Buffalo and Cranberry Jerky
Coconut Almond with Slow Smoked Original Tanka Buffalo

The new TANKA BAR flavors are Tanka Bar Jalapeno and Tanka Bar Teriyaki. The new bars combine buffalo and turkey meat with cranberries.

The new TANKA TRAIL products are focused on consumers who are looking for authentic, high-performance food to fuel their active outdoor lifestyles. The convenience of the cutting edge resealable double pouch makes the combination of buffalo meat, nuts, seeds and fruit a great addition to any backpack.

"Based on a traditional Native American recipe that powered Lakota Sioux warriors for centuries, the new TANKA TRAIL and TANKA BAR products extend our product lines for our customers who need to re-fuel on the go," said Mark Tilsen, president of Native American Natural Foods.

"The new TANKA TRAIL double pouch allows them to carry a nutritional, well-rounded snack of healthy meats, fruits, nuts and seeds in one convenient package."

Native American Natural Foods provides natural, healthy products by adding value to traditional Native food products, using modern scientific methods, the least amount of processing, and the lowest-stress animal handling methods possible.


For more information about Native American Natural Foods, photos or a full press kit, please contact Linda Crider at 214-789-8642 or