Culinary Road Trips Puerto Rico
About the candy/ snacks
It is a family company that was established in 1996 by Carlos Rivera that decided to specialize in traditional Puerto Rican candy. They sell to Marshalls, TJ Maxx, Supermarkets and online.
In Puerto Rico, it is easier to get them online. They are available in stores in Florida. In their website, they have a store finder, online store, events, promos, and about page.
How I heard about them
I was doing my LLM in California and my mom and aunt decided to deliver me through the mail a bunch of candy to share with my friends. It was a big hit, everyone loved them
We also had bought a bunch of them for my dad’s birthday as dessert.
The one that we ordered was the big assorted bowl that brings all the best sellers.
I met the marketing director at the BE Fest Colmena 66 made and decided we needed to collab.
We communicate through emails to coordinate the delivery.
They delivered me a box of their new snacks, with a nice thank you letter and a T-shirt! The new snacks are gluten, vegan, non-GMO, have a ton of vitamins and low sodium.
coconut: classic sweet coconut
coconut ginger: nice subtle ginger flavor
coconut guava: it’s like eating the guava fruit
coconut chia seed: subtle sweet coconut flavor
sesame seed: crunchy sweet flavor
flax seed: crunchy nutty flavor
Other candy available:
besitos de coco
coconut and pineapple
dulce de leche regular and with guava
sesame seeds with almond and honey
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