Do You Tanka?

I was recently introduced to Tanka at The Fancy Food Show last month here in Manhattan.  I love bison, however, I was a bit hesitant to try these products, but after one bite, I simply couldn’t resist.  Now, I keep a nice supply of Tanka bars and bites in my fridge for a bite here and a nibble there when I’m yearning for a protein-kick and a naturally sweet taste.  Tanka Wild combines the goodness of prairie-raised Buffalo and tart-sweet Cranberries with 100% Indian-grown and harvested Minnesota cultivated Wild Rice, making this delicious snack a little crunchy with a slightly nutty flavor.

Tanka’s wild rice is non-GMO, and contains no artificial flavors or colors. And as we all know, wild rice is a whole grain that is high in fiber, antioxidants and phosphorus.

The Tanka Wild Stick is a snack that moms can trust. It tastes great and leaves you full of energy, and not full of fillers and fat.

Tanka Wild comes in 2 great flavors: Traditional and Hot and Spicy Pepper Blend.

Tanka products are:

  • Gluten-free
  • No nitrates
  • Contains non-GMO wild rice
  • Lactose-free
  • Low-fat
  • No MSG
  • Low in sodium

Tanka Bars – Made from tart-sweet cranberries and prairie-raised buffalo, the 1-ounce Tanka Bar is a delicious real food bar with a smoky, slightly-sweet flavor. 100% natural and only 70-calories, Tanka Bars are gluten-free, hormone-free, nitrates-free, and low-fat. The new Tanka Bar Spicy Pepper Blend features a four-pepper blend of habanero, jalapeno, and red and black pepper.

Tanka Wild Sticks – Tanka Wild Sticks combine the goodness of prairie-raised buffalo and tart-sweet cranberries with 100% Indian-grown and harvested Minnesota cultivated wild rice in a convenient, eat-as-you-go snack stick. Also free of gluten, hormones and nitrates, the wild rice lends a little bit of crunch to the smoky-sweet buffalo and fruit. Tanka Wild is also available in Spicy Pepper Blend.

Tanka Bites:

Tanka Bites are the same great tasting recipe as the Tanka Bar in small bite form.

They’re conveniently packaged in a 3-oz. re-sealable pouch, ready for life’s adventures.

Tanka Bar Traditional:

A blend of slow-smoked buffalo meat with tart-sweet cranberries.

Hot Tanka Bar Spicy Pepper Blend:

Adds a balanced blend of black pepper, habanero, jalapeno, spice, and red pepper for a great spicy taste.

Native American Natural Foods is focused on creating a family of nationally branded food products that are delicious and that promote a Native American way of wellness that feeds mind, body, and spirit. Based on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, their vision is not to go back to a traditional way of life, but to bring the heritage of wisdom from their traditional healthy lifestyle into the 21st century and into the lives of those who share their vision.  For a brief video about the company and its mission please visit: http://tinyurl.com/2fqs9hh.

And…

I’m so excited to announce the Tanka Discount for my readers:

15% off any order of regularly priced Tanka products

Coupon good through Sept. 30, 2010

Coupon name: THEHEALTHYAPPLE

Have you ever tried Tanka products? If so, I’d love to hear from you.

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