If you’re still struggling to find a gift for your loved ones, considering giving them something that will satisfy their taste buds. We scoured the internet for the best gifts for the foodies in your life, and best of all, they’re all from Latino-owned shops. Check out 9 perfect food gifts below:
Twisted sells a variety of Mexican-inspired cotton candy flavors. The variety pack offers a sampling of some of the company’s best flavors. This pack includes mango with tajín, watermelon with tajín, and pineapple with tajín.
$19.99, buy here.
From California, the Barragan family offers high-quality coffee and opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities. The Dreamers Blend is a medium roast coffee that comes from Honduras.
$15, buy here.
Good Mexican Girl
These lemon shortbread cookies – among Good Mexican Girl’s best sellers – are a citrus lover’s delight.
$6.50, buy here.
La Monarca Bakery
Polvorones are a Mexican shortbread cookie dusted with powdered sugar. So if you know someone with a sweet tooth, they’re sure to appreciate this treat.
$12, buy here.
No other place does Cuban food like Miami. But if you’re not lucky enough to live in South Florida, where un cortadito is available on nearly every block, then this subscription service is for you. Filled with snacks, coffee, and Cuban memorabilia, this box is perfect for anyone who is feeling homesick.
$19.99/month, buy here.
Surprise your favorite chef with with Guelaguetza’s mole bundle, which includes three flavors. Each jar feeds up to six people.
$32, buy here.
I Love Micheladas
This starter pack is sure to impress any michelada lover.
$23, buy here.
This treat box features 20 different Mexican candies, which can include Mazapan, Mega Bandera, Churro de Leche, Rollo de Guayaba con Chile, and Barra Nora.
$39.99, buy here.