#WeAllGrow Latina Co-CEO Ana Flores celebrated Latine Hispanic Heritage Month live on the Today Show featuring six Latine-owned brands.
Our talented community is brimming with beautiful businesses, and this Latine Hispanic Heritage Month, #WeAllGrow Latina Co-CEO Ana Flores amplified a select few live on the Today Show. We’re honored to showcase the featured businesses on the #WeAllGrow Small Business Directory – a directory that is the first and only of its kind showcasing our community’s limitless range of talents, products, businesses, and services. Browse through hundreds of purpose-driven Latine businesses and put your dollars towards Latine products you enjoy while supporting the Latine community.
“I’m so happy to be here and especially that I get celebrate my Latino fellow community members, because that’s what I love to do,” said Ana Flores.
Check out the businesses featured on the Today Show!
Progeny Coffee – Progeny was founded at the heart of Colombia by Maria Palacio, born and raised in a coffee plantation in the Quindio region, the famous coffee region of Colombia. Growing up, she built a passion for coffee and a deep relationship with growers, allowing Progeny Coffee to bring the most premium coffees to the market.
Loisa- Loisa is bringing puro sabor to the Latin kitchen with upgraded seasoning blends, spices, and cooking sauces – and they are just getting started. Driven by love and support for la comunidad, they also do good outside of the kitchen. Each month, 2% of sales are donated to an organization fighting for food justice.
La Funky Mexicana – La Funky Mexicana was born because of founder Fernanda Alvarez’s need to share a little piece of Mexico and her heart with each of the people who buy her handmade products hechos con mucho love, by Mexican women. Her greatest dream is to continue carrying the pieces of La Funky Mexicana worldwide.
Miss Rizos– With ten years in the making by founder Carolina Contreras, Miss Rizos selected the best ingredients for your pajón and added a bit of Caribbean magic to create the quality you deserve. Mizz Rizos products continue challenging beauty standards, elevating the conversation at the intersection of hair and social impact.
Nopalera – Founded by Sandra Velasquez, Nopalera exists to change the cultural perception of the value of Latino goods while inspiring our community to stand in their worth. The signature cactus soaps, exfoliants, and moisturizers take their inspiration from the Mexican nopal for its resilience, versatility, and cultural symbolism. Products can be found at over 200 independent retailers nationwide.
Millennial Loteria – Founded by Mike Alfaro, Millennial Lotería is an insightful parody of the classic “Mexican Bingo” game called Lotería, but this time, it’s way more millennial. It is a party game for a new Latino generation where players compete to fill their playing boards. But instead of just numbers, Loteria combines images, words, and numbers in each card.
Are you a Latine-owned business? Applying to be part of our Directory is free – don’t miss the opportunity of being part of the largest Latine Community Directory!