State Department of Agriculture Program: Alaska
State Department of Agriculture of Alaska
The Division of Agriculture provides marketing research and production resources to Alaska growers in an effort to enhance awareness and support of Alaska Grown products in the market place. The Division offers a number of grant programs for marketing and research assistance. The Division supports farmers markets throughout the State. The Division of Agriculture publishes the “Alaska Grown Source Book” online in response to numerous requests from the public and industry. This directory depends on the response of producers and does not claim to include all producers or sellers.
BuyAlaska.com is a program of UAA and Alaska Small Business Development Center. In partnership with Anchorage Economic Development Corporation, chambers of commerce, industry associations, and business assistance throughout Alaska, we envision a thriving and diverse economy – energized by world-class businesses reflecting this remarkable land we call home.
If every Alaskan shifted just 10% of their Outside purchases back to Alaska, the Alaska economy would be bolstered by 1.1 billion dollars and 4,400 jobs! BuyAlaska.com invites Alaskans, visitors, and those who have always wanted to come to Alaska to use BuyAlaska.com to search for products and services before buying Outside!
Core Customers: Retail and Food Service
Alaska is home to a number of important customers who are ideal to look at for distribution. These include Carr Gottstein Foods (Safeway), Alaska Commercial, Sagaya Corp, Howser’s IGA, Willams Inc, Hames Corp, Three Bears Alaska, Northwest Companies, Fresh Ale Pubs, Denali Foods, J and D, Kaladi Bros Coffee, North Wend Foods, Bullwinkle’s, Sea Mart, Breeze In, Spenard Builder’s Supply, IGA Food Cache, Arctic Organics, Alaska Zoo, Coghill’s, Kaladi Coffee Roasters, Tatsuda’s Markets, Red Apple Markets and many others.