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The Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development offices are closed to the public at this time. We are still open for business and encourage you to contact us via phone or email.

Made in Alaska

The Made in Alaska office has moved! Starting July 1, 2019 all program functions will be in Anchorage, AK at the Division of Community and Regional Affairs. We ask for patience during this transition and we look forward to serving you!

Chris Arend Fire Island Bakery

The Made in Alaska program's mission is to promote products made, manufactured, or handcrafted in the state. Alaska's businesses manufacture high quality products for markets in Alaska domestically and internationally. Products range from small gift items to large industrial modules.

Product(s) which meet the program's 51 percent or more produced in Alaska criteria are eligible to use the Made in Alaska logo. Permits authorizing the use of the Made in Alaska logo serve both producers and consumers by certifying product authenticity. When purchasing products in Alaska, look for the mother bear and her cub logo signifying the product was manufactured in Alaska.


Coming soon! Made in Alaska is excited to have an online portal for new program participants to apply to the program through MyAlaska. Applicants will be able to upload photos, website and other marketing materials as well as order Made in Alaska supplies. Online portal will be live soon, so please keep checking back!

Current access to the Made in Alaska application can be found here. Please contact if you have any questions or need assistance completing the application.


For Made in Alaska businesses that would like to develop or fine tune their business/marketing plan, visit the Alaska Small Business Development Center nearest you. Take time to check out their upcoming workshops and webinars.


Interested in exhibiting your products? A list of annual marketing events is available below.

Additionally, take advantage of the Display Cases that the Made in Alaska program has throughout the state. Display cases allow permit holders to exhibit their unique Made in Alaska approved products to the general public. All permit holders must complete an application before they can be approved. Applications can be found here.

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