Productos Chata de Sinaloa Mexico
Chata - The Embassadors of Mexican Food
Chata is a Mexican company with more than 40 years of experience manufacturing authentic mexican food products such as Chilorio (pork fried in chile sauce), Cochinita Pibil, Pozole, Menudo and Beans. Chata products started in 1962 in the city of Culiacan, Sinaloa Mexico by the initiative of the Machado Pina Family with Mrs. Augusta Pina Machado, known as Mrs. Chata. Chata products started in the 60's in the city of Culiacan, Sinaloa Mexico with Mrs. Augusta Pina Machado, known as Mrs. Chata. Today Chata employes more than 1,200 people
Chata was born thanks to the family’s desire of producing regional and traditional homemade dishes like chilorio, machaca, chorizo, tamales, and chicharron. At the beginning its marketing included a small store, property of the company.
Chata products begins its growth through the expansion of a small facility located in the center of the city, incorporating the canned chilorio and their own production of tamales, which were marketed in for Chata stores with the support of a small distribution center and in important businesses in the city of Culiacan.
Nine years later, Chata widens its line of products in 1984 to add Hams, sausages, smoked beef and frozen tamales with which a facility of cold cuts is opened in Bachigualato. Distribution get expanded to the most important centers in the state of Sinaloa, having a presence in the cities of Los Mochis and Mazatlan as well as Ciudad Obregon and Mexico City. The number of stores they own grows up to 6 as well as the number of distribution centers to support its marketing.
In 1988 new products were added to the existing lines: Pastas, menudo, lard, refrigerated tamales, and pozole. 7 years later, Chata products wanted to consolidate itself as ambassador of Mexican food in the world, so the need of taking the Chata products beyond Mexico arises in 1995. Production began in the U.S. market becoming the first Mexican company to obtain certification to export meat products into the United States. Operations began in California marketing their traditional chilorio, followed by cochinita and refried beans.
In the year 2000 the cold meats brand Prim was born, addressing the popular market. Four years later another brand of cold meats by the name of Cham was born. Cham was supported by the Chata brand with the objective of positioning the brand of cold meats in a highly competitive market. The following year their packaging plant incorporated a new line of products and technology that would allow the Pouch packaging. In 2006 the pouch products are launched in the market, initially with the line of beans. That same year the sausage brand Blackbridge was born. By 2007 the brand of cheeses La Guarda is born and the cochinita pibil, chilorio de pavo y puerco in pouch packages were launched.
In 2008 exports into the Orient, oceania and Central America began and in 2009 the healthy line Liv was launched. Today Chata employs more than 1,200 people.
Chata offers customers reliable food with quality and special homemade flavor. Chata has obtained the following certifications that approve their production processes. USDA Certification, TIF (Tipo Inspection Federal) Mexican Federal Inspection given by the Mexican Government SAGARPA, HACCP Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point and Environmental Friendly given by the Mexican Government PROFEPA.
Chata’s brands include: Chata chorizos, canned foods and Mexican foods, New brand Delicias Caseras, Cold meats brands such as Reserva de la Casa, Cham, Prim, Fraga, Black Bridge, Liv and cheese brand La Guarda.
Chata offers customers reliable food with quality and special homemade flavor. Chata has obtained the following certifications that approve their production processes. USDA Certification, TIF (Tipo Inspeccion Federal) Mexican Federal Inspection given by the Mexican Government SAGARPA, HACCP Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point and Environmental Friendly given by the Mexican Government PROFEPA.