FAMILIAR SITE IN MIAMI: The Caserita delivery truck distributed the Cuban family company’s ham croquettes, Cuban-style tamales and other frozen dishes to more than 250 supermarkets and 600 institutions such as restaurants, bakeries, schools and hospitals. Felipe and Adelina Fernández founded the company in 1969, eight years after moving to Miami from Cuba.
FAMILIAR SITE IN MIAMI: The Caserita delivery truck distributed the Cuban family company’s ham croquettes, Cuban-style tamales and other frozen dishes to more than 250 supermarkets and 600 institutions such as restaurants, bakeries, schools and hospitals. Felipe and Adelina Fernández founded the company in 1969, eight years after moving to Miami from Cuba.
FAMILIAR SITE IN MIAMI: The Caserita delivery truck distributed the Cuban family company’s ham croquettes, Cuban-style tamales and other frozen dishes to more than 250 supermarkets and 600 institutions such as restaurants, bakeries, schools and hospitals. Felipe and Adelina Fernández founded the company in 1969, eight years after moving to Miami from Cuba.

Adelina Fernández, co-founder of Miami-based Caserita Foods, dies at 83

March 16, 2015 08:00 AM

UPDATED March 17, 2015 01:57 PM

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