Goya’s American dream: How Spanish immigrants turned their own cuisine into a billionaire dynasty

Goya’s American dream: How Spanish immigrants turned their own cuisine into a billionaire dynasty

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The Unanue family story is the epitome of the American Dream – a couple of Spanish immigrants start a business that grows to become the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the United States.  The Goya brand was founded in 1936 in Manhattan by Prudencio Unanue Ortiz, an immigrant from northern Spain who left at age 17
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