V&V Supremo Foods, Inc., a leading producer of authentic Mexican cheeses, cremas and chorizo, is proud to announce the launch of its newest product: chicken chorizo. This innovative addition to the company's chorizo line offers consumers a delicious alternative to traditional pork and beef varieties while maintaining the same authentic flavor, texture, and quality that V&V Supremo is known for.

Since its founding in 1964, V&V Supremo Foods, Inc. has been dedicated to bringing the flavors of Mexico to tables across the United States. The introduction of chicken chorizo is a testament to the company's commitment to innovation and its mission to provide high-quality, authentic Mexican products to both the retail and foodservice industries.

"Our commitment to innovation is reflected in every bite of our new chicken chorizo. It's a product I'm excited to introduce to the world," said Gilberto Villaseñor, chief visionary officer of V&V Supremo. "We strive to offer our customers a wide range of options that cater to their diverse tastes and preferences, and our chicken chorizo is a perfect example of that."

The new chicken chorizo joins V&V Supremo's existing line of chorizo products, which includes the original pork chorizo and beef chorizo. With its authentic taste and versatility, the chicken chorizo is sure to become a favorite among consumers looking for a leaner alternative to pork and beef without sacrificing flavor or texture.

As the nation's oldest family-run Mexican American cheese manufacturer and marketer, V&V Supremo Foods, Inc. remains committed to its roots while embracing innovation and growth. The launch of chicken chorizo marks another milestone in the company's history and solidifies its position as a leader in the Mexican food industry.

About V&V Supremo Foods, Inc.
 V&V Supremo is an award-winning producer of authentic Mexican cheeses, cremas and chorizo and maker of Chihuahua brand quesadilla cheese. The company was founded in 1964 by Mexico natives Gilberto Villaseñor, Sr. and Ignacio Villaseñor. It is now the nation's oldest family-owned and run Hispanic cheese company. V&V Supremo serves both the retail and food service industries.