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Goya Foods expands in California as market grows for Latino food
Goya Foods expands in California as market grows for Latino food

Goya Foods is doubling down on beans and rice in California. The country's biggest Latino-owned food company unveiled its new distribution center Thursday in the City of Industry, part of a $300-million expansion in several states, including Texas and Georgia. Goya's investment comes as demand climbs for its spices, olives and chiles among both immigrant populations and Americans in general who are increasingly taking a shine to Latin American cuisine. "Our growth over the years has been in parallel with the growth of the Latino community in the U.S.," said Bob Unanue, president of the Secaucus, N.J., company. "But it's not just the Latino market, with the...

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