A Siete Telenovela: The Tale of Target - Sietefoods.com

February 18, 2020

On this episode of A Siete Telenovela, Jamie continues on her journey to find love. With the help of her trusty compañero, Nicolas, they venture to a magical place called Target—a place where people travel from near and far, seeking and searching for the desires of their corazon (even when they don’t quite know that they are looking for!). Amidst the bountiful shelves, Jamie comes across Siete Grain Free Sea Salt and Lime Tortilla chips, and she is certain that, at that moment, she has found love once (or twice!) again.

 

Starting September 22, we will be in all Target stores nationwide. Use the store locator below to put a bullseye on your nearest Target location, and then find us in the chip aisle!

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