Wholesale (all)


As former restaurant professionals, we know the importance of sourcing ingredients with integrity and honoring the people behind them. Our Wholesale program is for restaurants, tortillerías and retailers interested in heirloom corn, heirloom masa harina and other delicious single-origin ingredients.


For more information, see our Wholesale Guide.

Avocado Leaves
2 oz Bag
Traditionally used throughout Mexico to cook beans and mole, avocado leaf has a beautiful herbal, anise-like flavor. Add whole leaves to a pot of beans, rice or braises, or grind them to mix into sauces and rubs. Ours are harvested by hand and sun-dried by the Cruz family in Santiago Cuixtla, Oaxaca.
Champurrado Mix
Case of 10 (5-packs each)

Champurrado is a chocolate-y version of an atole, a warm masa-based beverage enjoyed in various regions across Mexico. Its name is derived from the word champurrar, meaning "to mix," because this drink is traditionally frothed vigorously with a wooden mixing tool called a molinillo. While champurrado is typically prepared fresh for breakfast, we’ve given it the packaged treatment for the moments when you need a quick, cozy fix. Our Heirloom White Corn Masa Harina joins single-origin dark chocolate, cane sugar, cinnamon, and salt for a delicious pick-me-up.

Heirloom Hibiscus
11 lb / 5 kg
Our whole-flower hibiscus, or jamaica, has a range of culinary uses, from chilled tea to savory preparations like quesadillas. Ours comes from the same farmers who grow Masienda’s corn and beans in coastal Oaxaca. Each flower is hand picked and sun dried in order to maintain the ingredient’s integrity, resulting in a deeply juicy, citrus flavor and stunning crimson color.
Whole Pasilla Mixe Chile
1 KG / 2.2 LB
Pasilla Mixe is one of the rarest chiles in the world, and is exclusively grown in the Sierra Norte region of Oaxaca, a territory that is home to the indigenous Mixe people. Gently smoked for three days over smoldering oak wood, Mixe chiles are deep burgundy in color and complex in flavor: almost meaty in their smokiness, mild but assertive heat (like a less spicy chile de árbol), and raisiny sweetness.