Latino chefs blast Goya Foods after CEO's pro-Trump comments
Goya president: Call for a boycott shows the division in our country
Goya Foods President Robert Unanue responds to calls to boycott his company after his visit to the White House.
High-profile Hispanic chefs blasted Goya Foods after Goya CEO Robert Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event last week.
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"Let’s be clear Goya Foods President Trump has left Latinos and many Americans hungry. Cages Latino Children. Has forgotten the Latino community through this pandemic. Has called Mexicans rapist. We are blessed? I think Latinos we are being mistreated," celebrity chef Jose Andres wrote on Twitter.
Mexican-American food blogger Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack told CNN she would no longer recommend Goya products in her recipes.
"It's the most recognized Hispanic brand in the United States. … I'm certainly looking for alternatives that I will recommend versus Goya," Marquez-Sharpnack told CNN.
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