As we look forward in 2018 and improve the shopability of our magazine, the content we provided along with a platform for our brand partners to advertise in, we launched Sazón. We ask that you click here and see our new magazine and take advantage of the Latino Fever Savings. Promotional Period 03/04-03/31/2018.
Fall has ended, daylight savings is now a thing of the past. Tamale traditions begin. Make sure you have the right products to offer your customers at the right price. Click here to view promotions running from November 13, 2017 through January 1, 2018.
For years now, there has been a growing interest in Latin and Hispanic foods. Many customers nationwide have been craving that savory kick in their diets daily. The growing trend in the popularity of Hispanic food, in particular, Mexican food, has caused a shift in the market. For restaurants and grocery stores, this shift in consumer demand reflects the need to offer such Hispanic products and dishes to meet the consumers’ desires.
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Minsa was founded in the early 50’s in Mexico and pioneered the Nixtamalized corn flour production for manufacturing of Tortillas, tamales, tostadas and chips. After assessing the demand in the U.S. in the 90’s Minsa launched the construction of Mills supplied by local farmers located in Texas & Iowa, in addition they serve the California Market with a distribution center based in Rancho Cucamonga.
Perhaps no other single ingredient has had such a dramatic upsurge in mainstream culinary use over the last decade as has chile (chee-lay). Once considered an exotic component of Latin, Indian and Asian cuisines, the chile, in its many fresh, cured and dried form has become a modern kitchen staple, added to everything from salad dressings to elaborate gourmet dishes.
ATLANTA - April 12, 2017 - PRLog -- Diaz Foods announced today that Edward Torres has joined the Company as Executive Vice President of New Jersey Regional Sales to further develop their growing portfolio of regional and national accounts based out of the New Jersey Sales & Distribution Center. Edward Torres comes with a wealth of experience within the Industry, having spent the last twenty years with major Manufacturers in the Hispanic Food industry, include Nabisco, Goya, Rowland Coffee and Del Sur. In these positions, he has been instrumental in growing sales and revenue, acquiring numerous large corporate accounts, and improving brand strength. Joining in Diaz Foods during such a crucial moment, with two major distribution centers and growing brand portfolio, Edward can continue his success.