10 Hispanic-Owned Small Businesses to SupportNew Majority•Sep 22, 2021• 2 min read
This Hispanic Heritage Month, we put together a list of Hispanic and Latinx-owned businesses to support all year round. From hot sauce to home décor, here are some phenomenal Hispanic-owned businesses from the Hello Alice community for you to check out.
Founded by designer Casey Perez, this New York-based jewelry line offers colorful jewelry pieces made with recycled and conflict-free metals.
Based in Berkeley, California, Old Salt Merchants offers an array of gourmet salts like their Espresso Bravado Sea Salt and Szechuan Salt.
Ceremonia offers ethically handcrafted home décor and accessories made in small batches using natural and locally sourced materials.
SunKiss Organics offers nontoxic, organic skincare that uses ingredients like cocoa butter and coconut oil that hydrate dry skin and turmeric and honey that provide anti-inflammatory properties.
Pintá offers vegan and cruelty-free nail polish so you can have a gel manicure at home.
Need to find a sneaky way to get your kids to eat vegetables? Peekaboo Ice Cream creates ice cream incorporating veggies like spinach, cauliflower, and carrots for a healthier dessert alternative.
For coffee enthusiasts, Back of the Yards Coffee Co. offers a variety of artisanal coffee blends and canned coffee. Located in Chicago’s Back of the Yards neighborhood, the coffee roaster invests $1 of every 12 oz. bag of coffee sold to fund initiatives that create social impact in the community.
Poplinen offers timeless clothing essentials that are made from sustainable fabrics like upcycled denim and organic cotton.
Looking for a new hot sauce to try? Sonoma Hot Sauce uses a blend of peppers grown right in Sonoma County, California, to create a fiery condiment.
Co-founded by mother-daughter duo Andrea and Cindy Pedraza, the Dallas-based chocolate company offers artisan chocolate like raspberry lavender truffles, roseberry milk chocolate bars, and dark chocolate pistachio barks.