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La Costena

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The La Costena Guava paste is used as dessert. In South America it is often served with cheese. You can also use as topping on bread, crackers or cakes! Read more
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Ate de Membrillo is a sweet, thick jelly made from the pulp of the quince fruit. Give it a try during your breakfast on your toast sandwich with cheese or on your desserts. Read more
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Red jalapeno Toreados are super quick to make when you need to spice up a meal, particularly tacos and grilled meats. Read more
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Mexican Pinto beans. Indispensable in the Mexican cuisine! Read more
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Whole jalapeno peppers canned in vinegar with onion and slices of carrot. Read more
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Whole jalapeno peppers canned in vinegar with onion and slices of carrot. Read more
La Costena

Conservas La Costeña was founded by Vicente López Resines in 1923. It all started when he bought a small grocery shop in Mexico City that was called “La Costeña”. The store became popular when Mr. López began storing and selling jalapeño peppers in 20 Kg jars filled with natural alcohol and vinegar so they would last longer. By 1937 La Costeña started its own jar company and this decision changed the future of the business.