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Vallarta Supermarkets Awards $253K In Employee Scholarships


Vallarta Supermarkets, one of the largest Latino-owned supermarket chains in California, and The Gonzalez Family Foundation have awarded several employees and their dependents $253,000 in scholarships for the 2022-23 academic year.

“Investing in the future educational success of our employees and their families is important to Vallarta. We believe education is key and are extremely proud and honored to be able to help our Vallarta family advance their academic goals,” said Lizette Gomez, director of marketing for the company.

All eligible full-time employees and their dependents, part-time students and graduate students were eligible to apply for the scholarships.

“These scholarships will help further the educational goals of our employees but also for future generations to come,” Gomez said.

Founded in 1985, Vallarta Supermarkets is an independent grocery chain with 53 locations throughout California. The company offers fresh produce, meats, pastries and specialty items from Latin America and other parts of the world.

For additional information, visit vallartasupermarkets.com.

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