A Look Inside Goya Foods

The largest Hispanic-owned business in the United States is housed in a nondescript brick building in Secaucus, N.J.

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    Brothers Bob (left) and Peter Unanue, the president and executive vice president of Goya Foods, the company their grandfather founded.
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    Goya Foods CEO Robert (Bob) Unanue and family mark $250 million global expansion at the grand opening of a new Houston facility March 27, 2014 in Brookshire, TX.
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    Exterior of 638,000 sq. foot Jersey City facility slated to open in the fall of 2014. (Photo: Courtesy Goya Foods)
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    Interior of Jersey City facility currently under construction. (Photo: Courtesy Goya Foods)
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