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Día del Niño

First celebrated in 1925 and recognized every April 30, Día del Niño pays homage to the importance of children in society, promoting their well-being and health. While celebrated widely across Mexico, the day’s increasing popularity has made its way north into the United States, where celebrations large and small have become more common, each featuring fun and traditional Mexican fare, like Carne con Pappas.

In Mexico, celebrations are far more common, with schools organizing class parties for children, while many attractions—like malls, parks, sports centers, amusement parts, zoos and museums—have special events or discounted prices for children on this day.

 

HERDEZ Chicken Tinga

Full-bodied chipotle sauce over tender shredded chicken and rice.

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