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Hop in! We’re back with another edition of Ralph on the Road, driving through Miami Beach.

We’re joined by television personality Kelly Blanco, ready to take to the streets to gather inspiration before we get cooking with ingredients from Ortega®.

Ortega® Bakeable Tortilla Bowl Kits bring you a new and simple way to change up your Mexican meals. Fill with your favorite ingredients for a restaurant experience in your own home. Plus, it was voted the Best New Mexican Food by Consumers, according to results of the 2019 Best New Product Awards survey conducted by BrandSpark International.

Did you know the 150 year Ortega® tradition all started with Maria Conception Jacinta Dominguez Ortega? From the juicy red tomatoes for her sauces, to the corn she patted into mouthwatering tortillas, everything Maria lovingly prepared for her family was fresh; every dish was special. And just like today, home-cooked meals were a time for Maria and her family to come together, enjoy good food, and entertain each other with stories of their day.

In 1946, the Ortega family sold the business, and the new owners continued to build and modernize the business. B&G Foods purchased the Ortega brand in 2003 to continue the rich heritage of the Ortega family and a long tradition of commitment to quality. Today, when a family picks up a can of chiles or a box of taco shells, they know they are getting the very best.

 

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