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Welcome to the Montana Food Show! Join us for our third annual food and beverage tradeshow coming in Fall 2019. Check back for more info as the date approaches.

Let’s get more Montana foods on Montana plates – and Montana beverages in Montana glasses!

At the first Montana Food Show in 2017:

  • 45 vendors attended. With half of the companies reporting sales data so far:
  • $5,527 in sales the day of the show
  • 202 contacts made
  • $170,141 in projected sales in the next year
  • 163 buyers from 81 companies attended. Company types included:
  • Catering companies
  • Grocery Stores
  • Health Care Facilities
  • Restaurants/Bars
  • Resorts/Hotels/Lodging Facilities
  • Retail Stores
  • Schools/Colleges
  • Wholesale/Distributors
  • Other: event planners, dog food companies, cooking schools, mobile food vendors
  • 95 + members of the general public attended during the retail hours

Wondering if this show is for you? Check out the list of last year’s vendors below, or click here for the 2018 Vendor List.

Curious about what buyers came to purchase Montana foods at our 2017 show? Click here to view/download the 2017 Buyer List.


Click here to view photos from the 2018 Montana Food Show!

Learn more about the 2018 Food Show Vendors:

Marketing News

Now Hiring Insurance Claims Technician

Position Based in Helena, closes on November 30

Now Hiring Insurance Claims Technician

The Montana Department of Agriculture is currently hiring a Insurance Claims Technician based in Helena. Applications will be accepted through November 30, 2018. Visit the Employment page for more info and other job openings with the Montana Department of Agriculture.

USDA Unveils New Technology for Organic Exports

USDA's National Organic Program (NOP) is working to make it a little easier for certifiers and businesses to export organic products to Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, and Mexico

USDA Unveils New Technology for Organic Exports

The organic industry may now utilize the USDA Electronic Trade Document Exchange System (eTDE) to submit and approve organic export certificates and send them to participating foreign trade partners. Foreign trade partners can electronically review information about shipments leaving the U.S., validate printed export certificates, and pull electronic certificates directly into their own systems.

Click here or contact the Montana Organic Program at to learn more about the eTDE organic option.

Join the Made in Montana "Taste our Place" Program

Taste our Place is a new program under Made in Montana dedicated to promoting Montana-sourced food and drink and the places that serve them

Join the Made in Montana "Taste our Place" Program

Are you a restaurant sourcing local ingredients? Looking for another reason to source local? Click Here for more info and join the Taste our Place program – it's free!