- Zea May's Kitchen features foods made with ingredients that are common in Native American cuisines - corn, quinoa, wild rice, bison, beans, squash, berries, nuts and seeds, and chocolate. Zea May aims to promote an understanding of Native American cultures by introducing people to the amazing ingredients cultivated by the first peoples to inhabit the Americas.
- Zea May's Kitchen cooks up a modern cuisine inspired by America's first peoples, for healthy urban dining on the go. The menu is largely vegetarian, with a number of vegan and gluten-free items.
- Zea May's name comes from the scientific term for corn: Zea mays. First domesticated in Central America thousands of years ago, corn was a staple crop for many Native American tribes, and it has become one of the most important food crops in the world today.
- Zea May's Kitchen strives to sources from local farmers and producers whenever possible. We also source some speciality items from small businesses owned by Native Americans on Indian reservations.