Sourcing Montana Products
Do you want to source local Montana ingredients and products for your restaurant, business, school or event? Here are some great places to start:
- Distributors and Food Hubs
Connect with local and national food distributors and food Hubs that cover your area. Here are some of them:
- Western Montana Growers Cooperative: www.wmgcoop.com
For more info, contact Dave Prather at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Quality Foods Distributing: www.qfdistributing.com
For more info, call 406.551.2231
- Summit Distribution: www.summit-distribution.com
For more info, call 406.587.0707
- Valley Distributing – Billings: www.valleydistributing.net
For more info, call 406.248.7806
- National Distributors: Already working with FSA or Sysco? Did you know they carry some Montana items too? Ask them about the Montana items that they carry!
- Food Services of America: For info, call Monica Finley at 406.238.7831 or email Monica_Finley@fsafood.com
- Sysco: www.mtsysco.com
1509 Monad Rd. Billings, MT
- Associated Food Stores: www.afstores.com
Click on Find a Store and enter your Zip Code. Many of the local independent grocery stores in Montana have committed to carrying Montana local products – look at this list and find the store nearest you!
- Local Farmers Markets: agr.mt.gov/Farmers-Markets
- Local Meat Processing Companies: www.mtmmpa.com
- Annual Montana Food Show – October 1, 2018 in Bozeman: agr.mt.gov/Food-Show-2018
- Made in Montana Website and Made in Montana Tradeshow - March 15-16, 2019 in Helena: www.madeinmontanausa.com
- Contact a Producer Directly – use the links below to find producers in your area or across the state that may have what you are looking for:
- Montana Farm-to-School Local Sourcing Guide: www.montana.edu/mtfarmtoschool/resources/school-food.html
- Montana Harvest of the Month: www.montana.edu/mtharvestofthemonth/index.html
Looking for something specific and not able to find it? Contact the Department of Agriculture Marketing Team at email@example.com.
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