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Important Mexican Goods Terms

Many of the popular and valuable items manufactured in Mexico are available in the U.S. through goods distributors. Whether you're looking for Mexican specialty foods or souvenirs, they are easy to find at an import store. Here are some terms of Mexican items you might encounter:

  • Serape - A colorful Mexican blanket, usually with vivid stripes, that serves as an attractive decorative piece.
  • Poncho - A large, loose shirt that provides warmth and outer protection. The apparel may be made of wool, cotton or a polyester blend.
  • Charro Hat - A wide rimmed traditional hat worn by Mexican cowboys, also known as a sombrero. They may exhibit colorful designs or be made of straw.
  • Terra Cotta - A type of clay pottery material popular in Mexico. Terra cotta is used to make pots, figurines, vases, dishes and other types of pottery.
  • Rustic Furniture - A style of furniture popular in Mexico, often featuring fine, handcrafted wood items.
  • Palm Baskets - Baskets woven out of palm. This process is also found in handcrafted tortilla baskets, coasters and hot pads.
  • Tortilla Holder - A convenient device for storing, heating and keeping tortillas warm. It is often available from stores that specialize in Mexican goods.
  • Huaraches - Mexican sandals composed of a leather woven straps and leather or rubber soles.
  • Corn Husks - The dried husk of corn, prepared for use as a tamale wrapper. You can find tamale corn husks at Mexican food or goods stores.
  • Piteado Belt - Also known as a Mariachi belt, piteado is a style of belt with an embroidered technique. Leather is embroidered with thread in a decorative design. This technique is also used for sandals, saddles and other items.
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    La Popular Food Co
    2033 Lawrence St, Denver, CO 80205
    The best fresh homemade tamales, Tortillas, corn and Flour, Bakery chips, Taco shells, Tostada shells, and more!
    (303) 296-1687
    El Chingon Mexican Bistro
    4326 Tennyson St, Denver, CO 80212
    At El Chingon, a big part of what we are creating is a family atmosphere. Couple that with fresh flavors hand crafted by Chefs David Lopez and Gloria Nunez, and you have our agenda.
    (303) 248-3641
    Dos Hombres Restaurant
    3071 S Academy Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80916
    We serve delicious and authentic Mexican food in a fun, family restaurant. Come in for brunch, lunch, or dinner to enjoy great Mexican food, made fresh daily. Stop by for the finest Mexican food around.
    (719) 392-3000
    El Patron
    817 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204
    (720) 946-0366
    Raquelitas Tortillas
    3111 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205
    (303) 296-1672
    Tacos & Ranchitos
    2240 Bruce Randolph Ave, Denver, CO 80205
    (303) 295-0006
    La Nortena
    3920 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80211
    (303) 455-1832
    Tico's Mexican Foods Commissar
    2011 S Bannock St, Denver, CO 80223
    (303) 722-2817
    New Mexico Distributing
    215 S Pecos St, Denver, CO 80223
    (303) 698-0971
    Creager Mercantile
    4900 Acoma St Ste B, Denver, CO 80216
    (303) 293-0210
    Queso Campesino
    4969 Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80216
    (303) 316-4251
    El Toro
    4957 Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80216
    (303) 393-7809
    Prime Choice Foods
    1761 E 58th Ave, Denver, CO 80216
    (303) 298-0705
    C & R Distributing
    2920 Arkins Ct, Denver, CO 80216
    (303) 295-1224
    Bubba Chinos
    4243 W 38th Ave, Denver, CO 80212
    (303) 953-8954

    Mexican goods are any products that originated in Mexico or have anything to do with the culture or food of that country. These imported goods can range from piƱatas and serapes to maracas and pottery. It even includes foods and kitchen equipment commonly found in Mexico, such as tortillas and tortilla holders. Party hats, blankets, puppets, crafts, and clothing indigenous to Mexico can be found online, as well as in party stores, department stores, furniture stores, and specialty stores. Many stores feature seasonal decor goods on sale for Cinco de Mayo, for example. Consumers can purchase these goods at the retail or wholesale level, depending on their needs. Wholesalers sell bulk items at a discount, usually to retail stores and restaurants. Retailers sell goods within a store setting at retail prices, such as within a mall, strip mall, outlet store, or party goods store. Authentic Mexican food can be found in specialty restaurants, and clothing such as sombreros, belts, and ponchos can be found in small shops featuring ethnic goods. Kids love toys, and Mexican toys can be especially fun. There are many websites dedicated to the sale of Mexican and Latino goods, from maracas to baskets to puppets. Those looking to purchase cheap souvenirs or jewelry to commemorate a trip to the country can purchase those while on vacation, or back at home from import websites and stores. When it comes to food, most large grocery stores have a section devoted to the sale of Mexican foods, such as tacos, burritos, and salsa. This type of food is typically very spicy, so you'll find lots of spices and sauces to choose from. Download recipes from the internet to try your hand at cooking Mexican food at home. From artwork and pottery to furniture and food, Mexican goods can be found in various places.
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