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Tortillas are a bread that's loved by all. Mission, a company of Gruma Corporation, is the leading tortilla manufacturer in the United States, producing a wide range of genuine Mexican goods.

Mission Foods offers a wide variety of tortillas, from classic corn and flour tortillas to whole wheat and flavored options. The majority of Mission Foods' goods are kosher and Halal certified. Mission also sells tortilla chips in a variety of flavors.


Who are the customers?

The primary customer base for Mission Foods products is the Hispanic market. However, it has become increasingly popular among non-Hispanics as well. Mission Foods is available nationwide through retail stores such as Costco, Sam's Club, Walmart, Target, Kroger, Safeway, Albertson's, Food 4 Less, Dollar General, Meijer, Harris Teeter, Giant Eagle, Family Fare, HyVee, Wawa, Wegmans, ShopRite, Shaw Superstores, restaurants, grocery and convenience stores


Is there any experience required?


No experience is needed.

The route is perfect for first-time buyers and has a lot of growth opportunities. Most of the route sellers offer some basic training as well, You are taking over an existing route, you will take orders and order them from your vendor and deliver products to customers. 


What kind of truck is required?

Depending on the size of the mission tortilla route you purchase you will determine the size of the truck, but the majority of the time a vehicle is provided with the purchase of the sale


What are the day-to-day operations?

The responsibilities include loading and unloading the truck, managing deliveries, preordering products, and trying to increase the average weekly sales.

Also managing fuel costs, printing and maintenance costs, and insurance expenses are some of the responsibilities of the route owner.


Are Mission Tortilla routes profitable? Are there any employees required?


Yes, they are. Employees are far more welcome on Mission routes than on other types of bread routes, making them ideal for a hands-off proprietor. However, don't be fooled into thinking this is a “sit back, relax, and generate low-risk income” sort of company. This is a company that works with a multibillion-dollar corporation to serve established clientele across the country that wants a certain level of service. Most Mission route owners run the business alone and will hire workers to assist them to decrease their weekly work hours to a level that suits their lifestyle (whether that means working 10 or 40 hours a week), but running a genuinely satisfying business requires hard effort as well. Mission corporate is unlikely to authorize investors for ownership.

This business may be highly profitable if you're not scared to undertake some work for already-established clientele.

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