Pan pepin puerto rico: Pan Pepin, Inc. | Baking Business
Pan Pepín, Inc. in Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Pan Pepín, Inc.
|Main location||203 Ave Laurel ,, Bayamón|
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¡Sin Azúuuca!: ParaBien de Pan Pepín amplía su oferta
¡Sin Azúuuca!, al igual que todos los panes que componen la familia de ParaBien de Pan Pepín, se produce 100% en Puerto Rico lo que garantiza su frescura y calidad. (Archivo)
Si eres parte de la población que necesita velar su consumo de azúcar diariamente, el nuevo Pan ¡Sin Azúuuca!, de la línea ParaBien, de Pan Pepín, es la alternativa perfecta para ayudar a cuidar de tu salud y promover el bienestar con una dieta a base de ingredientes más saludables, limpios y simples.
¡Sin Azúuuca!, al igual que todos los panes que componen la familia de ParaBien, de Pan Pepín, se produce 100% en Puerto Rico lo que garantiza su frescura y calidad. La línea de ParaBien está elaborada con ingredientes simples para satisfacer los diferentes estilos de vida del consumidor que está consciente de lo que consume. Esta nueva variedad de pan de sándwich provee en cada rebanada 3 gramos de fibra, 5 gramos de proteína, 11 gramos netos de carbohidratos y 18 gramos de granos enteros por rebanada para contribuir a una alimentación saludable. Además, ¡Sin Azúuuca! tampoco contiene preservativos artificiales, bromato ni High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS). Es ideal, también, para las dietas de quienes quieran controlar calorías o consumir productos integrales.
Además, el nuevo pan ¡Sin Azúuuca! viene a atender las necesidades de una creciente población en la isla que necesita controlar los niveles de glucosa en la sangre y carbohidratos en su dieta. De hecho, se estima que en Puerto Rico hay más de 600,000 personas con diabetes y otros miles con prediabetes. “La necesidad de este segmento de nuestra población que requieren alimentos que no contengan azúcar por su condición sumado a aquellos consumidores que buscan productos con ingredientes menos procesados, nos sirve de motivación para el desarrollo de nuevas alternativas de panes dentro de esta novel línea ParaBien. Asimismo, nos permite reafirmar nuestro compromiso de brindarle al consumidor panes saludables que atiendan su bienestar”, indicó Ángel Vázquez, presidente de Pan Pepín.
ParaBien, la línea de panes saludables de Pan Pepín, lanzó en el 2020 con su primer pan Al Grano a base de 12 granos y semillas, seguido de PanKeto, bajo en carbohidratos y calorías, libre de colesterol y grasas trans. Ahora se suma ¡Sin Azúuuca!, el tercer producto de la línea que ya está disponible en empaques de 21.5 oz en la góndola del pan fresco de los supermercados o colmados de tu preferencia a través de la isla.
Para más información sobre la línea ParaBien, de Pan Pepín, accede a www.panpepin.com, www.facebook.com/panpepin o en Instagram, panpepinpr.
Este contenido fue redactado y/o editado por el equipo de GFR Media BrandStudio.
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Bacardi and the Long Battle for Cuba: A Biography of an Idea
In Cuba, there was no place left for private enterprise and private wealth, since they would compete with the power and authority of the revolutionary state of Fidel. There was no room left for dreams, except for dreams of the achievements of the revolution. Those Cubans who had their own ideas and hopes should have been kicked out, even if they were honest and generous patriots. Fidel said that those who leave his Cuba are gusanos (worms), and when the Cubans spat at those who were in line for an American visa, they did it at his suggestion. “What do those who leave us symbolize? Fidel asked at 1962 at a meeting with medical students. “It’s like squeezing out an abscess. Those who leave us are the pus, the pus that is released when the Cuban revolution squeezes society out. How much better the body becomes when the pus is removed!
Twice a day, a white Pan American DC-7B landed in Miami, packed full of surly Cubans who had boarded an hour earlier in Havana. Some passengers stepped onto Florida soil and gleefully exclaimed «¡América!» or “¡Viva libertad!”, but most walked out onto the tarmac in silence, while some quietly wept. The painful waiting for permission to leave, the need to abandon houses and all property, the prospect of a long, and perhaps eternal separation from loved ones who remained in Cuba, bitterness due to the fact that they had to leave their native land made the last days in Cuba emotionally unbearable.
Then you had to go through the humiliation and intimidation at the airport, when the customs officers, scornfully grinning, rummaged through their belongings in search of what they could confiscate, felt their pants and reached into their blouses during the last screening, which was deliberately made especially humiliating. After all, the emigrants, after all, were just worms and gathered in their gusanera, which Miami has become.
Pepin Bosch and his son Jorge helped some Bacardi workers who had nowhere to stay in their new place and who had no relatives to support them. Jorge was thirty-five, in Santiago he was a brewer and vice president of the Mexican branch of the company, as well as his father’s representative in the management of factories in Puerto Rico, so he knew almost everyone in the company, from middle managers and up. Jorge rented several apartments in a block in Miami that soon became known as «Little Havana». If someone could call in advance and warn that they would arrive on a certain flight, Jorge would wait for them at the airport and take them to one of the apartments rented by the company, where there was already a supply of food.
The majority also needed cash, since the Cuban authorities allowed them to take no more than five US dollars with them when leaving the island. If someone ended up in Miami unexpectedly, since he was kept in Havana until the last minute — because of some piece of paper, which, according to the border guards, was incorrectly drawn up, some order of the authorities, or simply at the arbitrariness of a customs officer, — he always knew which phone to call upon arrival, and Jorge or someone else immediately rushed to the airport. When Jorge already had more than a dozen families of Bacardi workers whom he helped, the young man noticed a pattern: for a day or two, the settlers were barely alive from horror, fell down from fatigue and anxiety, and could not even talk about what they have gone through. Jorge would leave them alone — «relieve the pressure» as he said — and the next day he would return to visit them, and then the stories would never end.
Such assistance made the people connected with Bacardi — both employees and family members — a relatively privileged caste compared to other Cubans who found themselves penniless and all alone in Miami.
From 1960 until October 1962, when the Caribbean crisis ended commercial air service to Havana, approximately 170 refugees from Cuba arrived in the US on day , with the vast majority arriving in Miami. Although they were required to have American visas, there were no entry quotas for Cubans, and almost everyone received refugee status. Local and federal immigration and welfare agencies were overwhelmed, and many Cuban exiles had to start life from scratch on their own. However, Bacardi’s extended circle had a support system from start to finish. At Pepin Bosch’s instructions, lawyer Guillermo Marmol delayed his own departure from Cuba to help members of the Bacardi family and company employees obtain travel permits and tickets for Pan Am flights that would normally have to be booked six months in advance.