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Siete Videos

Holiday Video: Elf

Holiday video: Home alone

A christmas story

Our family legacy:
grandma campos

Tiarra girls

"Our hyphen is a bridge that connects us to our duality of our identity. It glues us to the amor y fuerza that our family was founded on. It feels like living in two unique worlds that leave the journey and rules up to you.” - Tiarra Girls


"Chocolate is a part of our culture, dating back to the Aztecs. We use our chocolates and creations to reaffirm these connections in our lineage that have been blurred by the world of confections.” - CocoAndré Chocolatier

Soledad Fernandez-Whitechurch

"I am as hyphenated as they come... My name is hyphenated, marrying the stories of my mother and father's families. It's also a combination of Spanish and English last names, which I suppose was kind of prophetic.” - Soledad Fernandez-Whitechurch



"Throughout my life, there have been experiences that have reaffirmed my destiny in maiz. It’s the star and the foundation for everything we serve, and I am proud to be able to use an ingredient that has been such a historic building block to Mexican culture.” - Edgar Ulysses Rico


“My cultural hyphen reminds me life is about understanding who you are. It’s advocating for the burnt tortilla. Grandma’s cooking, grandpa’s mustache, praying, dancing, strong hugs, the deep bellowing laugh of a Martinez.” - Adriene Mishler

Telenovela: How to Heat Your Tortilla

Because the only thing we take more seriously than burning love is heating tortillas! Watch Jamie, from our Customer Delight Team, and Nic, from Quality Assurance, bring this drama to life.

Telenovela: Haunted House

A haunted house may be the last place you’d expect to see these passionate tortilla lovers, but alas—we are in the month of spook! While this might not be the love story you were expecting, it does give you all the thrills and chills of a midnight freight.

Telenovela: Target

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.

Tip #1: Don't Double Dip Your Chip

Like the teams on the field, our family likes to double-down on our Game Day snacks. This year, we're fueling up on our new Grain Free Dip Chip. So nice, you might even be tempted to dip it twice...

Tip #2: Don't Stand in Front of the TV

In our family, nothing gets in the way of Game Day and our Game Day food...except for maybe our enthusiasm, itself.

Tip #3: Don't Sing During The Halftime Show

Getting hungry waiting for Sunday Night? Us too—we've dreamed of this game for so long.


At Siete we create delicious foods that are nostalgic and satisfying by using simple ingredients like almond flour, whole vegetables, and avocado oil.