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February 26, 1990 | KATHLEEN MACLAY, ASSOCIATED PRESS
On the front of every bag of Casa Sanchez tortillas and chips is the proud logo of a boy in a sombrero astride an ear of yellow corn, its brown husk blowing in the breeze as it blasts through a starry sky. Although the design was adopted during the 1960s infatuation with space exploration, it is more than appropriate for the success of a skyrocketing Mexican food business that began when Robert Sanchez's grandparents arrived from south of the border in 1924.
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February 26, 1990 | KATHLEEN MACLAY, ASSOCIATED PRESS
On the front of every bag of Casa Sanchez tortillas and chips is the proud logo of a boy in a sombrero astride an ear of yellow corn, its brown husk blowing in the breeze as it blasts through a starry sky. Although the design was adopted during the 1960s infatuation with space exploration, it is more than appropriate for the success of a skyrocketing Mexican food business that began when Robert Sanchez's grandparents arrived from south of the border in 1924.
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