Forget Corn Flakes. Cargill Knows What We Really Want for Breakfast

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Only a few days ago, we learned that Hispanics were nuts for a touch of honey in our food, but now, Cargill has come forward to give the marketing world a lesson on what our real Latino palates are all about.

Per a June 30th press release, the company has launched a new line of pork products, which are “based on extensive consumer research to match and exceed the needs and expectations of multicultural customers such as Hispanics and African Americans.”

“The new Rumba pork products include ears, hocks, jowls, kidneys, neckbones, split front feet, stomach, tails, fatback skins, hearts and livers.”

Because, you know, there is nothing like a good pair of split front feet to begin our day!

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5 Responses to Forget Corn Flakes. Cargill Knows What We Really Want for Breakfast

  1. Oye, seriously the pics made my stomach turn….

  2. elconejo says:

    whatever happen to chorizo and eggs for breakfast?

  3. A mi me gustan las patitas de cerdo pero no para el desayuno.

  4. Sometimes your posts are like “no somos nacos, yaaa!”

  5. Smooth Thug says:

    I like a patita in my menudo. Chorizo and eggs are good too.

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