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Documentary about Tanka Bar to show on 24 airlines

By Mark K. Tilsen, assistant director of marketing


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A new film series, sponsored by the airline consortium Star Alliance and Forbes, which features Native American Natural Foods and four other unexpected and burgeoning new businesses from around the globe has been released.

The film series, titled Undiscovered Business Entrepreneurs, will be shown onboard the Star Alliance's 24 member airlines, which serve more than 506 million passengers per year.

The portion of the series featuring Native American Natural Foods and the Tanka Bar was filmed in early July at the company's headquarters in Kyle, on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. The project is designed to feature behind-the-scenes stories of breakthrough companies from around the globe that have their fingers on the pulse of global business trends.

"We were thrilled to be chosen as the only North American company to be featured," said Karlene Hunter, CEO of Native American Natural Foods. "It was a real challenge to get our episode shot, too, since it rained the entire four days the film crew was here."

The four other businesses are: Brompton Bicycles, a London company that makes folding bicycles; Lobo/Vetor Zero, a design and animation studio based in Sao Paolo, Brazil; Grover Vineyards, a winery in Bangalore, India; and Surfing Hainan, a surfing company in Hainan, China.

The Star Alliance's 24 member airlines are:

Adria
Air Canada
Air China
Air New Zealand
ANA
Asiana Airlines
Austrian
Blue1
bmi
Croatia Airlines
Egyptair
LOT Polish Airlines
Lufthansa
Scandinavian Airlines
Shanghai Airlines
Singapore Airlines
South African Airways
Spanair
Swiss Airlines
TAP Portugal
Thai Airlines
Turkish Airlines
United
U.S. Airways

For more information: The Star Alliance






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nancy campos on Sat Apr 28, 2012 14:48:10
I just heard about your bar in a documentary called 'Children of the Plains.' Since I'm training for a half marathon, I thought this was a wonderful product to try out, and I have to say, I love it!
Can't wait to spread the word to my other health minded friends.
All the best!

John Slay on Thu Feb 25, 2010 11:51:28
I love Tanka bars -- they are delicious . They are my snack food on all my hikes and backpacks !

Guest Carol Flato on Thu Jan 7, 2010 20:55:15
I am so happy to see how well you are doing! You deserve every bit of the success that seems to be coming your way. AHO!
I first met you at the Natural Food Show in San Diego. I was working for a distributor and brought their head person to meet you and consider carrying your product. They didn't get it! AND they went under. I know a winner when I see it and YOU ARE IT . Congratulations.
I'll be ordering another 48 box of the bars very soon!
All the best, Carol