I proudly joined President Trump at a White House event Thursday announcing his Hispanic Prosperity Initiative, an executive order to improve Latinos’ access to educational and economic opportunities. Along with several other Hispanic leaders, I will serve as a commissioner of this important campaign.
Unfortunately, Democratic politicians and activists immediately launched a ridiculous boycott campaign against Goya Foods, whose CEO, Bob Unanue, is a fellow commissioner.
Goya Foods is the largest Hispanic-owned food business in the U.S., employing more than 4,000 people, many of them Latino, and indirectly supporting the livelihoods of countless more. The family-owned company, founded by immigrants, is donating 1 million pounds of chickpeas and 1 million pounds of other products to food banks across the nation to help needy families.
“We are blessed, and we want to give back,” Unanue said.
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