La Mexicana Cookware - Utensilios de Cocina
La Mexicana is a recognized brand name for authentic Mexican cookware and other cooking utensils imported from Mexico. Since 1984 La Mexicana brand started supplying traditional Mexican house wares to stores and distributors in the northern region of Mexico, where they focus first their attention.
In 1996, after consolidating the company in Mexico, J & F Wholesale Inc. was officially incorporated in the state of California with the purpose of importing and distributing traditional nostalgia authentic Mexican cookware products to the United States.
Today La Mexicana warehouse space is over 45,000 sq ft (in California and Mexico), La Mexicana brand supplies Mexican cooking utensils to the US and Mexican supermarkets through a distributor network.
La Mexicana is a registered company with the United States Customs Agency, and maintains an active imported identification number as well as an import bond. All their Mexican cookware products meet FDA requirements.
La Mexicana carry over 400 traditional Mexican cookware products, and their motto is: “If they don’t carry the Mexican cookware product you are looking for, they will get it for you.”
J & F Whole Sale started doing business as “La Mexicana” in 1984 and since then has been dedicated to distributing house ware to stores and retailers in Mexico and the U.S. The company offers a wide selection of traditional Mexican kitchenware, toys, cleaning supplies, groceries, candy, children’s clothing and recipes through its popular website. J & F is based in San Diego, California from where they distribute their items all throughout the country.
La Mexicana is a reliable source and a well recognized brand that specializes on Authentic Hispanic Products, bringing 25 years of experience in the Mexican Market with a complete line of high demanded Hispanic and Mexican products.
The company’s goal is to bring your childhood memories from Mexico right to your home, with traditional kitchenware such as clay jugs, pots and casseroles, tortilla presses, molcajetes, molinillos and classic children’s games such as loteria, British and Chinese checkers and the popular balero, pirinola and trompo toys.