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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.

La Costena
Article code 4.B.3
€3,85
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La Costena Green Salsa Tomatillo Sauce is a delicious salsa sauce made from green tomatoes and Jalapeño peppers. This salsa sauce is perfect for marinating meat, chicken, fish and rice dishes. Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.C.4
€3,60
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Salsa Taquera sauce. Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.E.5
€3,60
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Salsa Ranchera sauce. Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.B.3
€3,60
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Salsa Verde sauce. Read more
La Costena
Article code 3.A.2
€2,95
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Diced Chipotle peppers. Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.E.2
€2,95
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Mild Mexican-style tomato salsa dip with real pieces of jalapenos, onions and garlic. Multifunctional glass jar for dipping or traditional "chips and salsa"; Great for topping on nachos, tacos, flautas, tostadas, ect. Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.E.5
€2,95
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La Costena Salsa Dip is a favorite for its unique taste. Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.E.4
€2,95
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Mexican style salsa dip from La Costena. Read more
La Costena
Article code 3.B.3
€1,95
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Belongs to the hottest peppers in the world and is a real classic. The delicious taste makes it a perfect base for sauces and spices. Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.C.4
€2,75
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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
La Costena
Article code 4.C.3
€2,75
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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
La Costena
Article code 4.A.5
€7,50
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La Costena
Article code 4.D.2
€1,55
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Mexican Pinto beans. Indispensable in the Mexican cuisine! Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.C.2
€1,55
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Whole jalapeño peppers pickled in vinegar with onions and carrot slices. Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.D.3
€1,55
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Mexican black beans. Indispensable in Mexican cuisine! Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.C.5
€4,30
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The Tomatillo is related to the tomato and is native to Mexico and Central America. One of the most important ingredients in Mexican cuisine! Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.B.5
€12,35
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The Tomatillo is related to the tomato and is native to Mexico and Central America. One of the most important ingredients in Mexican cuisine! Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.C.2
€1,55
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Canned sliced jalapeños. Read more
La Costena
Article code 3.B.2
€1,55
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Freshly chopped peppers from the mountains of Mexico (Puebla / Hidalgo). Smaller than the Jalapeno peppers. But hotter! Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.D.4
€1,55
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The La Costena Salsa Verde is the most popular green salsa made from Tomatillos and various herbs. Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.G.5
€3,85€2,00
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La Costena Salsa Verde con Nopales gives an extra flavor to the Salsa Verde. It is made from green tomatoes (Tomatillo), mixed peppers, spices and the Nopales (cactus). Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.F.5
€3,60
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One of the best-known Mexican sauces made from tomatoes, chili peppers and various herbs. It is widely used in tacos, burritos and as dipsauce. Read more
La Costena
Article code 3.D.2
€2,00
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The Salsa Chipotle is made from the popular Mexican Chipotle pepper. The smoked spicy flavor is used in many dishes worldwide. Read more
La Costena
Article code 4.A.4
€3,60
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Arriera Salsa combines the flavours from a fine selection of chillies such as arbol & jalapeno with the traditional mexican tastes of green tomatillos. Read more