Goya Foods keeps up with Latino tastes in New Jersey

The Goya factory in Secaucus, N.J., is where rice, dry beans and flour are packaged for the largest Hispanic foods maker in the U.S. Goya generates more than $1 billion in sales each year, providing products that taste of home for the nation's diverse Hispanic population. A new distribution site in Salem County, N.J., will open this week.

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