The Navajo Nation loves Blue Bird flour.
Most of the 15 million pounds produced each year is sold to people in and around the reservation to make Navajo fry bread. The fluffy-chewy fried flatbread is a tribe staple. "We wouldn't be in business without the Navajo people," Trent Tanner, part owner of Blue Bird flour, told the Navajo Times. "It's our philosophy that it's their flour and we make it for them."