• Cuando Pienses en Volver4:14
  • Mambo de Machahuay3:24
  • Enamorada de estar aqui.3:59
  • Carnavales de Cajamarca5:44
  • Aplausos para el Peru3:38
  • Carnaval Arequipe?o2:54
  • Poco a Poco2:32
  • Que Linda Flor4:07
  • Quisiera ser picaflor2:51
  • Cholo soy y no me compadezcas3:09
  • Ho lindo Peru2:48
  • Linda Wawita3:25
  • Las Flores de mi Bandera3:13
  • Lejos de ti6:03
  • Y se llama Peru3:11
  • Cuando pienses en volve4:17
  • Contigo Peru3:36
  • Limena3:03

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    ​The premier source for authentic Latino cuisine, Goya Foods is the largest, Hispanic-owned food company in the United States. Founded in 1936 by Don Prudencio Unanue  and his wife Carolina, both from Spain, the Goya story is as much about the importance of family as it is about achieving the American dream.

Inca Kola:

    Also known as "the Golden Kola" is a soft drink that was created in Peru in 1935 by British immigrant

 José Robinson Lindley using lemon verbena. The soda has an unusual sweet, fruity flavor that somewhat resembles its main ingredient, lemon verbena, locally known as Hierba Luisa. Americans compare its flavor to bubblegum or cream soda. It has intense yellow color. 

Try one today and tell us what flavor it is for you. 


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Corporate Benefits: 

Our events provide an efficient platform to market
your products to the growing Hispanic consumers’ base and this will reaffirm your ongoing commitment to the Latin American Community in New Jersey. 

The following are just a few of our Sponsors:   

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    On October 1, 1908, a group of entrepreneurs led by

Ernesto Günther  founded the German Brewery in the city of Cusco. A year later, the newly founded brewery was bottling its premium Peruvian beer.

     Residents of Cusco (called cusqueños) were accustomed to drinking alcoholic beverages, particularly traditional chicha beers made from maize (corn), and it didn't take them long to grow fond of the new Cusqueña beer.

                                                                                                                    Dare to try one today.!!!!!!!!

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