Manufacturers of tortilla and tostada chips continue to expand the boundaries of their offerings, in terms of both more imaginative flavors and attempts to address consumer concerns about the healthfulness of a category traditionally known for corn, salt and carbs.
Representing one of the fastest-growing segments of the baking industry, the Tortilla Industry Association (TIA) Annual Convention & Trade Show is a much-anticipated event by everyone in our industry, as well as all those interested in exploring it.
Truco Enterprises announced the official launch of the new On The Border Nacho Cheese and Zesty Ranch flavored tortilla chip products. The products are already available on shelves at several retailers.
The flexibility to produce different flavors, shapes, sizes and types of products is high on the list of qualities that snack and bakery makers are seeking from manufacturers offering griddle equipment and fryers.
Siete Family Foods is reimagining Mexican food once again, this time with the launch of Siete Grain Free Tortilla Chips. Made with cassava flour, avocado oil, and other real food ingredients, the chips will launch in three classic flavor varieties: sea salt, nacho, and lime.