Latin Flavors - Manufacturing


Latin Flavors produces a wide variety of pastries including Argentinean empanadas, Cuban pastries, Dominican pastries, Jamaican patties, Puerto Rican pastries, and breads from South America and the Caribbean.

Latin Flavors' distribution is done through independent and national wholesale distributors. Latin Flavors also does custom manufacturing, currently private-labeling for several large national companies.

Manufacturing at the plant is overseen by U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Food and Drug Administration while adhering to Six Sigma manufacturing practices and methodologies.

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