15 Interesting Latino-Owned Businesses to Support

15 Interesting Latino-Owned Businesses to Support

Don’t look now, but Latino-owned businesses are on the rise. In fact, Latinos have become the fastest-growing small business owners across the U.S. At a time when Black-owned business are increasingly getting the love they deserve, we also think Latino-owned businesses have a lot to offer to American consumers and American culture.

If you’re itching to support the Latino community, we’ve compiled a list of 15 Latino-owned businesses that deserve more than a glance.


BookSloth is a book community where you can connect with readers like you and discover books. Their mission is to pair readers with their perfect read.


Bottomless is a smart coffee subscription where instead of getting shipments on a set schedule, you get shipments sent based on your usage. With your first purchase, you’ll receive a Smart Bottomless Scale (at no additional cost). You can use this scale to track usage and re-order at the perfect time, every time.

Brazi Bites

Brazi Bites creates joyful moments through Latin-inspired foods that are naturally gluten free and instantly loved. The company was born in the kitchen of husband-and-wife duo Junea Rocha and Cameron MacMullin in 2010. With her Brazilian roots, Junea grew up eating the beloved food pão de queijo (cheese bread), and after longing for that taste, was inspired to create and share in those delicious moments. 


Brex is reimagining financial systems so every growing company can realize their full potential. New customers can get up and running in minutes with corporate credit cards and cash management in a single, strategic account. Brex is one of the few Latino-owned businesses that are worth more than $1 billion.

Don Francisco’s Coffee

Don Francisco’s Coffee is named after the family’s patriarch Francisco Gaviña, or Don Francisco. From growing up on the family coffee farm in Cuba, to starting the coffee roastery in Los Angeles that they still operate today, Don Francisco was obsessed with quality and delivering the best cup of coffee possible.

The family oversees every step of the coffee process with great care, from the farm to your doorstep. They carefully source and select beans from the world’s best coffee-growing regions, followed by roasting and packaging the coffee in their zero-waste facility in Los Angeles.


Goldbelly is a curated online marketplace for regional and artisanal foods crafted by local food purveyors throughout the United States. Goldbelly’s staff curates products from restaurants, bakeries, delis, etc. to feature on the site and facilitates shipping across all 50 states.

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Honey Baby Naturals

Hitting the market in 2016, Honey Baby Naturals has secured Target, Walmart, Sally Beauty, CVS, Rite Aid and several hundred independent beauty retailers nationwide. Former chemical engineer, Aisha Ceballos-Crump created the products to meet the various needs for her three kids‘ unique hair textures. Her own homemade products stemmed from her grandmother‘s secret hair ingredient “miel,” or honey in Spanish. Honey Baby Naturals was created for mothers who are still searching for amazing and effective products for their kids.


Like many Latino-owned businesses, Loisa is rooted in family and community. Loisa is a Latin food brand that creates organic versions of the most famous Latin seasoning pair – Sazon y Adobo – proudly flavored for all to share. They also sell Sofrito and other organic spices. Chef Yadira Garcia is the Head Chef & Educator at Loisa.

Lux Beauty Club

Lux Beauty Club is a CBD wellness brand that manufactures high quality CBD clean beauty and wellness products. Their broad spectrum (THC free) and full spectrum products are USA Made from their FDA-certified farms. Founded and formulated by registered nurses, their goal is to improve lives and offer non-toxic alternative methods for health and beauty.


Remoov is a service to help you declutter your home. They collect all the items you want to sell, donate or discard with one pickup. Items collected for resale are on consignment. Once they are appraised and professionally photographed they are sold and you receive 50% of the proceeds. Items that aren’t accepted for resale are offered for donation. The rest of the items are responsibly disposed of.

Rizos Curls

Rizos Curls is a Latina-owned hair care brand by Julissa Prado that embraces and celebrates the beauty of curls, kinks and waves everywhere.

Shoot My Travel

Shoot My Travel allows you to book a photographer for your next travel, staycation, business trip, event, special occasion and everything in between. Within 24-48 hrs after the photoshoot, you’ll receive your private online photo gallery.

Shop Latinx

Shop Latinx is a beauty, fashion, and lifestyle e-commerce marketplace designed by and made for Latinas. The marketplace includes bath and body products, accessories, apparel, skincare products, and more.

Siete Family Foods

Based in Austin, Texas, Siete Family Foods makes grain-free Mexican-American food. Siete is family-owned and operated by all seven (siete!) members of the Garza family. All of their products are gluten- and dairy-free. Siete products can be found in thousands of grocery stores across the United States.


Viva La Bonita is a women’s apparel and lifestyle brand that sells everything from hoodies to home decor, from footwear to accessories.

Yo Soy Afro Latina

YSL is a lifestyle brand that celebrates the people, experiences and the culture of Afro Latinas. The brand was founded by Bianca Kathryn.

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