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Jorge Gaviria    

Founder, Masienda

Gaviria hopes his Mexican maize becomes the next grain craze. He imports more than 1,300 tons for high-end restaurants like Cosme, in New York. Gaviria developed a taste for the best ingredients cooking at Maialino and Blue Hill at Stone Barns.

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Why Top U.S. Chefs Seek This Young Latino's Quality Mexican Corn ...

Jorge Gaviria's company, Masienda, has partnered with small farmers in Mexico and is bringing chefs top-quality corn with a distinctive taste.

The Man Who Imports Corn (And How He's Saving Mexican Food)

Jorge Gaviria and Masienda, his small import company, are bringing heirloom Mexican corn back to Mexican cuisine. In the process, he's trying to save Mexico's ...

Hispanic Heritage Month: Meet the Rising Latino Food Stars - NBC ...

If you've enjoyed a truly memorable taco made with high quality, non-GMO Mexican corn in the last couple of years, it was likely sourced by Jorge Gaviria of  ...

Trump needs money for his wall. You might be paying for it with your ...

The impact of such a tax on immigration and the Mexican economy is the biggest concern for Jorge Gaviria, founder of Masienda, a business that imports the ...

Chefs' Secret For More Flavorful Tortillas? Heirloom Corn From Mexico

Enter Jorge Gaviria. The American entrepreneur founded specialty ingredient purveyor Masienda in 2014. Gaviria buys surplus high-quality heirloom corn from  ...

Shopping Cart: Masienda Bodega corn tortillas - The Washington Post

Masienda founder Jorge Gaviria says this breed was chosen for its oil content, which translates to an almost buttered-popcorn flavor. The tortillas are made in ...

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