Mama Lola’s is pleased to announce the addition of Fernando Barajas as the company’s Chief Operating Officer (COO)

Mr. Barajas has an extensive background in food production, manufacturing and Supply Chain across different organizations such as Heinz, White Wave, Danone and most recently Shearer’s. Mr. Barajas leads all operational activity at Mama Lola’s with the focus on process, distribution and quality improvements. Continue reading “Mama Lola’s is pleased to announce the addition of Fernando Barajas as the company’s Chief Operating Officer (COO)”

Mama Lola’s is pleased to announce the promotion of Tony Murrey to Executive Vice President

Mr. Murrey has spent 30 years in the food industry, the last three as the Vice President of Sales for Mama Lola’s. “Tony’s willingness to roll up his sleeves and lead as well as tackle difficult problem, made him a natural choice for this position.” Chuck Emmenegger, Managing Director of the Omnia Group. Mr. Murrey will continue to lead all sales and marketing activities within the Company, while also assuming all accounting and routing responsibilities.
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Mama Lola’s, LLC Once Again Raises the Standard for Quality – Achieves SQF Standards Level 3

Mama Lola’s, LLC dba Mama Lola’s Tortillas (“Mama Lola’s”) headquartered in Phoenix, AZ is pleased to announce that it has successfully met the requirements necessary to achieve SQF STANDARDS LEVEL 3 for food manufacturing, packaging, storage and distribution. Continue reading “Mama Lola’s, LLC Once Again Raises the Standard for Quality – Achieves SQF Standards Level 3”

Mama Lola’s Achieves AIB Standards Level 2

Mama Lola’s, LLC is pleased to announce that it has successfully met the requirements necessary to achieve AIB STANDARDS LEVEL 2 for food manufacturing packaging, storage and distribution. AIB STANDARDS LEVEL 2 meets the needs of all suppliers in the food industry and emphasizes the systematic application of HACCP for control of food quality hazards as well as food safety. AIB implementation addresses food safety and quality requirements and ideal supplying local and global food markets. Level 2 covers food safety and legality. Continue reading “Mama Lola’s Achieves AIB Standards Level 2”

Mama Lola’s Announces the Addition of Tony Murrey, VP of Sales

Mama Lola’s is pleased to announce the addition of Tony Murrey as the Vice President of Sales.

Mr. Murrey has spent 19 years in the food industry developing relationships, implementing strategy and building sustainable brands. He most recently was the Vice President of Sales at Greco and Son’s Foods. Mr. Murrey leads all sales and marketing activities within the Company. Continue reading “Mama Lola’s Announces the Addition of Tony Murrey, VP of Sales”

"Rito's uses these tortilla's and they have the best burritos in town!"

- Thomas H

"They have a great history in making our tortillas for our family restaurant. Tortas Chano team thanks Mama Lola's for their quality and service."

- Roger A.

"I discovered...all varieties of tortillas (corn and flour), freshly made of high quality ingredients. They have an impressive line of offerings, including tostada shells of various colors. I left with tasty blue corn tortillas, healthy but very tasty whole wheat tortillas, and a batch of awesome tasting red child whole wheat flour tortillas. Given that their products are affordable, made without preservatives, and high quality ingredients, I can't see buying my tortillas anywhere else."

- Tony H.

"Great staff, very nice and helpful. Gluten free and organic masa available."

- Lewis P.

"I've been searching since 2001 for a good tortilla in AZ. I'm born and raised in the SF Bay area with lots of tortilla factories around. Mama Lolas is the first yellow corn tortilla that is just tortilla no MSG or other things I can't pronounce. They are thick and wonderful. They do not fall apart great for making enchiladas and tacos. We also made corn chips. This is the only tortilla I will buy from now on and I have to drive almost 15 miles from my home in far east Gilbert to superstition market to buy them!"

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