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Launching a Latina Owned Brand on the Affiliate Network

The Pinole Project Affiliate Program

I know that I keep yapping about elevating Latinx businesses.

Well duh, that’s my passion.

I truly believe that as a community, we have immense power and we need to align and support our Latino businesses.

That is why I am on a mission to use my resources, including my platforms and our affiliate network to promote these brands.

Soooooo, I am beyond thrilled to partner with Latina owned The Pinole Project on their Affiliate Program!

This is Aztec superfood brand was founded by Latina, Maya Jacquez.

Maya founded the food company to pay homage to her Mexican roots, particularly her grandparents, who were the inspiration for The Pinole Project.

This Mexican-American health food company’s protein-packed, high fiber oatmeal featuring Pinole, a Non-GMO heirloom corn superfood, is now available for purchase.

Breathing new life into the classic breakfast staple, Pinole Chia Oatmeal is vegan, gluten-free and packed with Omega 3’s. Their premium Pinole recipe is made from Non-GMO heirloom Olotillo corn harvested from the independent, sustainable farms of Oaxaca, Mexico.

Pinole has been eaten in Mexico and Latin America for many centuries, dating back to the Aztecs.

SIGN UP TODAY AND START EARNING 💲💲💲 for promoting this spectacular Latina owned super food brand.

👉 SIGN UP HERE mira.click

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