De La Vega Tortillas

Our Story

Maria De La Vega was born in the capital of the world famous Tortillas “Sobaqueras” (arm length flour tortillas) - Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico in 1931. She knew how to make the most delicious, soft and heart-warming flour tortillas you could ever taste. Maria immigrated to San Diego, California in 1959 and became the mother of 7 children who were blessed to know first hand these wonderful tortillas of her native Sonoran upbringing. It was a common thing to find her as early as 4:00 am up and in her kitchen mixing, kneading and rolling out by hand - her flour tortillas and then into a hot comal to fill the house with the smell of warm tortillas.  A tall stack of these authentic Sonoran Tortillas were waiting for us when we got up in the morning. For our family, tortillas aren’t just food. They remind us of a loving mother who selflessly and happily made them with love and always used only the finest ingredients. We honor her memory by bringing these delicious and Sonoran Flour Tortillas to your family’s table and to the world through De La Vega Tortillas.

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We would love to hear from you.
Lydia
Hi! I just wanted to tell you how much my family loves your tortillas. My son is on the autism spectrum and can be very picky with food. We tried a sample of your flour tortillas at the farmer’s market in Monroe and he has been obsessed ever since! I try to stock up so we don’t run out. 😅 You are the best - please keep making them!
Jodi
“This is by far the BEST tortillas in the WORLD! We make them for breakfast and many other things! The owner's are so nice and their business will be a huge success!”
Juliana
"Just want to say WOW! I can’t even explain how amazing the flavor for these tortillas are. They are just so delicious, soft, and extremely addictive. Absolutely in love! Thanks for making such a great product!"
Krissy
"Coming from someone who knows the taste of a real Authentic homemade Tortilla. These are by far the best I've ever had. The texture and the taste have to be just right. These are so delicious. Even just warming on the burner for a snack. Our family knows what a good Tortilla is. De la Vega tortillas are the best."
Nicky
We bought 3 different packs of tortillas yesterday at the Ballantyne market and the whole family LOVES them!! We are huge fans!

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