The ever-popular "mystery meat" has added a little Latin flair to its canned concoction. 

The first can of Spam came off the production line in 1937 and since then, eating canned meat was never the same. Although criticized for its high sodium and fat content, Spam remains a popular supermarket food. Its Latin-inspired flavor, Spam Jalapeño, is spicing things up with the Mexican chili pepper — although if you read Amazon user reviews, people seem to prefer it in a non-Latin dish: Spam musubi, the popular Hawaiian snack.