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Polynesian & Latin American Foods

Meet Our Founders, Carmen & Marcos


As founders of Montalvan’s Sales, Inc., we would like to express our delight for your interest in our company. It is our mission to become the primary distributor of leading ethnic food products throughout the United States.

In order to achieve this, we have committed our efforts to increasing our product diversity while maintaining high levels of service and quality at competitive prices.

We believe that such goals can only be achieved through the unity of family; therefore, we welcome you to our ever growing family business.


USDA / MFG Plant

Our facility has been approved and licensed as an establishment of the USDA. Our facility is equipped to produce meat cuts, cured beef, pork products, traditional sausages, chorizos, fish processing, pupusas and other ready to eat items.

All products manufactured at Montalvan’s Sales, Inc. meet the food industry regulations including USDA and FDA standards. All of our products that are produced in house are stamped with a lot number for quality control and recall purposes if ever needed.

Company Services


Import and export

Import and export of Latin American and Polynesian products.


Distribution and direct sales of produce, dry, frozen and chilled products.

Ethnic Food Products

Ethnic food products are processed at Montalvan’s Sales USDA department.

Recent Achievements and Recognitions

Listed as Top 35 Hispanic Businesses
in the Inland Empire.


Montalvan's Sales listed as top 500 Largest Hispanic Owned Companies in the US.


Listed in Hispanic Lifestyle Top 100 Hispanic Businesses in the Inland Empire.


Montalvan's Sales named Top Latino Owned Business-Inland Empire.


Carmen Montalvan conducted a workshop on export for the U.S. embassy in Suva, Lautoka, and Ba, Fiji.


Montalvan's Sales, Inc. Named Small Business of the Year.


Montalvan's Sales, Inc. was one of the 12 businesses in the United States chosen by Chase Bank for their Mission Main Street grant.


Carmen Montalvan is named one of the “Latinas of Influence".


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