11 Latin-Inspired
Supermarket Foods

These organic corn tortilla chips take inspiration from taco trucks.

Although first mass-produced in Los Angeles in the late 1940s by tortilla factory owner Rebecca Webb Carranza, tortilla chips have always been considered an authentic Mexican food. Since then, the tortilla chip has become one of, if not the, most popular Latin foods mass-produced in the U.S. Late July's version is both organic and non-GMO with taco truck-inspired flavors including Nacho Chipotle, Bacon Habanero and Jalapeño Lime (our favorite). We love that these chips prove you don't have to sacrifice taste for fresh ingredients.