The Gran Families of Spanish Cuisine

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The Gran Families of Spanish Cuisine - Hispanic cuisine varies from region to region, from town to town, and from family to family. Families from Cuba, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Puerto Rico, Aruba, Brazil, Chili and Ecuador encompasses foods from Latin America, the Caribbean, and Mexico.

This segment celebrates both the rich cultural traditions around Spanish meals and the importance of Hispanic entrepreneurs who’ve stood the test of time as family owned businesses.  We explore keys to successful strategy and implementation of restaurant ownership, food industry product development, distribution, branding and promotions.

Tapass, shrimp, platano, garlic seafood dishDining With La Familia will be characterized by a mixture of several nationalities, like "Pan Latin" cooking, a combination of several Latin regional cooking styles, often referred to as Sabor De Las Américas with an American twist.

From salsa to plantains to fruit-based beverages, organic chocolates and flan, the Hispanic American food industry has become an incredibly sustainable business category in this new economy.

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