Hispanic Heritage Month

To recognize the contributions Hispanic and Latino Americans have made in shaping the United States, Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated across America from September 15th— which marks Independence Day for several Latin American countries—through October 15th. Each city and state celebrates Mexican and Latin American culture in its own way, but many festivals, parades and festivities include traditional celebration foods, like Tamales, Salsas, Pozole, Chiles Relleños and Chicken Mole.


DOÑA MARÍA® Mole Verde

A traditional mole made from pumpkin seeds and dried tomatillos.

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