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Beans, Navajo Style

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Sustainable farming produces world-class food. No place on the planet utilizes natural farming techniques better than Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (NAPI) who on 100,000 acres of New Mexico farmland raises world-class pinto beans, potatoes, wheat and alfalfa. Combining multi-generational respect for the land, traditional farming methods and modern know-how, the harvest results in a variety of staple foods people nationwide enjoy and eat every day. Join Navajo Pride's Roselyn Yazzie as she brings hands-on experience to The Balancing Act kitchen for a full plate of Navajo culture, history and great tasting food all wrapped into one.

Beans, Navajo Style

When it comes to utilizing natural farming techniques, Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (NAPI) is a worldwide leader. NAPI knows that sustainable farming is the key to producing world-class food. They produce the finest and freshest varieties of Navajo Pride brand potatoes, corn, alfalfa, beans, and small grains, such as barley, wheat and oats.

The Navajo people take pride in producing premium products and they carry out that promise from start to finish by repackaging, retailing, and selling directly to customers. Their superior quality infrastructure, "Navajo Pride" is globally recognized by means of a skilled workforce.

Navajo's vision is "to preserve nature thru environmentally friendly practices and to provide economically for future generations."

Did you know?

? 1868 Navajo Nation Treaty with the United States promotes the enhancement of Navajo self-sufficiency through agriculture.

? NAPI is operating one of the largest tracts of contiguous farmland in the nation.

? In 1970, NAPI was established as a tribal enterprise

Join Navajo Pride's Roselyn Yazzie as she cooks up chili with Navajo's world-class pinto beans at The Balancing Act® kitchen on March 5, 12, and 26 at 7 am (ET/PT) on Lifetime TV.

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