Wednesday, April 24, 2024 Announces New Food Hub, a website aimed at creating a community and enriching the lives of Latina mothers and their families, has launched their newest endeavor, Mamiverse Food.

“Nothing in the world is better than a mother’s home cooked meal,” says Rene Alegria, Mamiverse CEO. “This is particularly the case for Latino families. By featuring Latina mother-approved recipes, we’re inviting America to take a seat at our virtual table.”

Maria Cardona, Dewey Square Group Principal and Latinovations Founder, who serves as Contributing Editor for Mamiverse, couldn’t agree more.

“As a Latina mami, having Latin food on my table is very important,” says Cardona. It’s not just about providing my children with nourishment, but also about showing them the importance of embracing our Latino culture while living in and embracing their American identity.”

As previously reported on La Plaza, Cardona guides Latina mamis through the political process, analyzing important issues that impact the Latina mom in her role as Contributing Editor for Mamiverse.

In addition to the communal and nostalgic relationship that Mamiverse Food will be addressing, it is also putting front-and-center the powerful link between Latinos and food in the U.S.: In recent years, there has been a clear growth in America’s interest in Latin food. A study conducted by Packaged Food, a division of, found that the Latino food market; already a multi-billion industry, is projected to make $10 billion by 2014.

Mamiverse Food intends to reach beyond Latina mothers by providing content that is both diverse and gender-inclusive.

“Beyond Latina moms, our aim is to invite men, non-Latinos, and foodies of all ages to connect, share and celebrate our cuisine,” says Alegria. “Nothing says family like food from the heart.”

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