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Jul 09, 2023
Native Canadian Chip Corporation, an Indigenous owned and operated company based in Riverton, Man., announced a new partnership Thursday with the Métis Coffee Company from Arborg to launch a new line of coffee under the Tomahawk brand.
Just like the Tomahawk Potato Chips, the coffee will be packaged in bags with eye-catching and vibrant Indigenous artwork this time created by Manitoba artists Leonard and Edwin Bighetty from Pukatawagan.
Roasted by the Métis Coffee Company at their Arborg facility in the Interlake, Tomahawk Coffee will come in 360g bags of Full Buck (dark roast) and Half Buck (medium roast) Columbian ground or whole bean varieties and will initially be available in Arctic Co-op and Northern Stores. Using a national company that continues to distribute its Tomahawk Potato Chips, the new line of Tomahawk Coffee will soon be more widely available in retail stores across Canada and eventually into the United States.
“I have been working on my “Tomahawk” brand, which currently includes our chips, for over eight years,” said Alfred Lea, President and owner of Native Canadian Chip Corporation in a press release. “As a private label company, I’m excited to introduce a new product under our brand