Latin Flavors is a Hispanic manufacturer of frozen foods sold throughout the United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean headquartered in unincorporated Miami-Dade County, Florida. The primary product lines are pastries and breads formulated from Cuban, Puerto Rican, Caribbean, and South American flavors and recipes.
Latin Flavors traces is heritage back to Cuba, when in 1921 Valentin Garcia, of Spanish descent, and his brothers started their first bakery. The Garcia brothers grew steadily, and in 1956 inaugurated a new facility and renamed the bakery La Gran Via in Havana, Cuba. La Gran Via continued to grow very rapidly, establishing a reputation as the best bakery in Cuba until the political differences in 1960 forced the family to abandon the business.
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