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Latinx-owned businesses shipping nationally

Photo of mini conchas at CocoAndré Chocolatier from Elizabeth G on Yelp

Each September 15 to October 15, we recognize and celebrate the vibrant cultures, impact, contributions and influence members of the Latinx community have made. Over the past 10 years, Latinx people have launched more small businesses than any other demographic in the US. While these same entrepreneurs, and their communities, have been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus pandemic, many of these storefronts are incredible stories of success.  In honor of Latinx Heritage Month, we’re proud to share a list of 30 Latinx-owned businesses shipping nationally. For the full list, view our collection of 30 Latinx-owned businesses on Yelp.

From bespoke empanadas and artisanal chocolates to herbal remedies and handcrafted goods, discover a new-to-you Latinx-owned business.

Arcay Chocolates – Washington, DC

Anima Mundi Apothecary – Brooklyn, NY

ArtelexiaSan Diego, CA

Casa de ChocolatesBerkeley, CA

CocoAndré ChocolatierDallas, TX

DevociónBrooklyn, NY

DulceologyBaltimore, MD

Elisa’s Love BitesNew York, NY

Galeria MitoteraTucson, AZ

Garcia Nevett Chocolatier de Miami – Miami, FL

Photo of Alfajores at Dulceology from the business on Yelp

Guerrero Fernandez WineryWindsor, CA

La Tiendecita by Martha of Miami – Miami, FL

Limbo JewelryAustin, TX

Maria EmpanadaDenver, CO

Masa MadreChicago, IL

Naked Bar SoapOrlando, FL

Old Santa Fe Trail Beef JerkyAlbuquerque, NM

Palabras Bilingual Bookstore – Phoenix, AZ

Pass the SaucedSan Francisco, CA

Porto’s Bakery & CafeBurbank, CA

Photo of Babka at Masa Madre from the business on Yelp

Proyecto Diaz CoffeeSan Francisco, CA

Pure Life JewelryTempe, AZ

Salsa Queen – West Valley City, UT

Sandino Brothers CoffeePortland, OR

Simón LimónSan Diego, CA

Tres LecheríaSeattle, WA

Wooden Table CafeOakland, CA

VelitasTucson, AZ

Xochi’s Gift ShopDetroit, MI

Yoli TortilleriaKansas City, MO

Photo of candles by Velitas from the business on Yelp

Why “Latinx”?

There are many terms commonly used to describe people of Latinx heritage. Before selecting “Latinx-owned” as the inclusive, gender-neutral label for this new attribute, we did research, polled Latinx Yelp employees, and spoke to members of the Latinx community and groups such as the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and our partner Momento Latino.