Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Marcela Valladolid Launching Food Line

Marcela Valladolid Tortilla ChipsIt looks like Marcela Valladolid will be launching a food line that will be available at Safeway's and Vons supermarkets judging by the comments she has made on her Facebook and Twitter pages.  Marcela posted this status on her Facebook page yesterday:

"Ok facebook friends, Headed to The Talk tomorrow to tape a segment and let you guys in on a big project I've been working on for the last year! Please tune in on Wed! I've been working really hard and am very proud of hat's being announced, I sincerely hope you like it!"

Also, yesterday, Marcela retweeted a photo that someone posted on Twitter (photo to the right), which was of her Marcela Valladolid tortilla chips.

Using the trusty Google translator on the comments of the picture, Marcela said "You are, literally, the first! We launch next week! Enjoy!! xoxoxo" and "Will be in all VONS / Safeway U.S.. 1500 shops ... Wish me luck!"

I guess that there will be more than just tortilla chips in the brand considering it took a year to put together, but we will probably need to wait for the announcement on The Talk or for the press release to find out all of the different products.  If you are interested in seeing her on The Talk, it is supposed to air on CBS on Friday according to the show schedule (Marcela said Wednesday in her post).

Marcela already has dinnerware products at Macy's and her own brand of tequila.  I will update this post with more information after the official announcement.

UPDATE - The Marcela Vallodolid food line includes Ready-To-Cook meats (steak, chicken, pork), tortilla chips (regular, salsa verde, flaquitos), and tortillas (corn, flour).  Link to Products at Vons.


  1. Am I the only one who can never remember her name? Every time I see her on something I go "Hey its the Mexican cooking lady from Food Network" which as I think about it is somewhat better than "Hey it's the home wrecker from that baking show"

  2. Surprised she wasn't booked on The Chew.

  3. Her so-called "affair" was a complete fabrication by the British tabloid press, who in fact later complained that she and her supposed lover had ZERO chemistry.