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ZUBI’S Certified by DFW Minority Supplier Development Council

ZUBI’S Certified by DFW Minority Supplier Development Council

DFW-based Latin food company receives certification as a minority-owned business 

DALLAS – (October 08, 2021) – ZUBI’S, a food company committed to producing plant-based, allergen-free Latin dips and salsas, has been certified as a minority business enterprise (MBE) by the Dallas-Fort Worth Minority Supplier Development Council (DFW MSDC). 


The DFW MSDC is a regional chapter of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, which strives to advance business opportunities for MBEs across the nation and connect them with corporations. The DFW chapter has certified 1,071 minority-owned companies to date, impacting businesses in more than 75 North Texas cities. 


“ZUBI’S was built from a love of Latin culture as a tribute to my own Mexican-American heritage, and we are proud to be part of the select community of certified minority-owned companies in the DFW area,” says Sarah Zubiate, founder and CEO of ZUBI’S. “The MSDC certification solidifies our team’s commitment to bringing minority leaders, including LatinX business professionals, to the forefront of the CPG industry.” 


ZUBI’S has been certified as a for-profit enterprise with an ethnic minority ownership of greater than 51%. The certification is recognized nationally among corporations and public sector agencies seeking to foster diversity in their supplier programs. 


To learn more about ZUBI’S, visit www.eatzubi.com.


About ZUBI’S:

ZUBI’S is a woman- and minority-owned food company committed to producing plant-based products with big, bold flavors. ZUBI’S offers three primary products – farm-fresh salsa, crema and queso – that are Top 8 Allergen Free. Each product is made with farm-fresh ingredients grown at ZUBI Farms, a zero-waste facility based in Athens, Texas. ZUBI’S products are widely available in retail stores across more than 25 states, including Texas-based locations for Whole Foods, Central Market and Costco. For more information, visit www.eatzubi.com


About DFW Minority Supplier Development Council (MSDC): 
The mission of the Dallas/Fort Worth Minority Supplier Development Council is to facilitate business connections between our buying entity members (corporations and public-sector agencies) and certified minority-owned businesses in order to meet supply chain demands and further the economic development of our communities. Results matter and D/FW MSDC tracks results reported by our Buying Entity Members and certified MBEs. Visit our website and learn more about the work the Council does and the importance of minority business inclusion to the economic growth of the communities in which we work live and play. For more information, visit https://dfwmsdc.com/.  

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