Since 1957, La Criolla Has Brought Latin Flavor to Chicago
Clip: 04/13/2021 | 4m 5s
When Avelino Maldonado started his spice distribution company La Criolla in Chicago in 1957, the biggest waves of Latino immigrants had yet to arrive. Sixty-four years later, Latinos comprise nearly 30% of the city's population, and La Criolla has new owners who hope to bring their Latin flavor to another generation of cooks.
Aired: 04/13/21 |
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