Citation for BC Aboriginal Business Awards Achiever


Business of the Year - three to 10 person enterprise


Little Miss Chief Gourmet Products
Westbank


recipient
Ellen Melcosky, Little Miss Chief Gourmet Products Inc.

Ellen Melcosky, a member of the Esketemc (Alkali) who has made Westbank First Nation her home, is the owner and operator of Little Miss Chief Gourmet Products Incorporated. At first, Ellen used her own back yard to smoke her specialty salmon. Now, fourteen years later, Little Miss Chief's product, is carefully prepared in a federally approved plant in Sooke and distributed worldwide. Its beautiful presentation and delectable flavour make it a favourite host gift in Canadian Embassies. Ellen has maximized food security and provided outstanding customer service to successfully build her company, and find her place in the established food industry.

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