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MexImport Importers & Distributors

MexImport Importers & Distributors

There’s a hearty appetite among UK consumers for Mexican food. Researchers tell us “Mexican” was the top response consumers gave when they were asked which ethnic foods or beverages they would like to see offered more often at restaurants and supermarkets. Retailers such as Selfridges, Fenwicks and Home Sense have already responded by launching a new range of Mexican products including hot sauces, artisan marinades, organic agave syrup and more. Restauranteurs have also responded by offering more Mexican options on menus and it seems like every week there’s a new Mexican restaurant or burrito stand opening up somewhere in the UK.

So where can you find high quality, authentic, Mexican ingredients and products?

MexImport was launched 2014 by a group of entrepreneurs and Mexican food experts, Katya Torres de la Rocha, Eduardo Gomez and Francisco Yong to meet the demand for high quality products from Mexico.

MexImport is the UK’s one-stop shop for Mexican products with 100+ brand names and 400+ ingredients and products. These include hot sauces, marinades, high-quality herbs & spices, a range of over 10 types of chillies and dried beans, corn tortillas, beans, organic agave syrup, artisan beer and a wide range of premium 100% agave Tequila and Mezcal. However the list doesn’t stop there. They continue to seek new and exciting flavours to satisfy customers’ continuing desire for great tasting, authentic Mexican food.

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