Whether you call 'em frijoles or habichuelas, beans are beans, and Goya's got 'em. Goya Foods produces more than 2,200 Hispanic and Caribbean grocery items, including canned and dried beans, canned meats, beverages, cooking oils, and olives. Its product portfolio also offers rice, seasonings and sauces, plantain and yucca chips, ready meals, and frozen treats and entrees. Goya sells many rice styles and about 30 types of beans and peas under the Goya and Canilla brand names. The company's beverages include tropical fruit nectars, juices, tropical sodas, and coffee. Goya is owned and operated by one of the wealthiest Hispanic familias in the US -- the Unanues -- who founded the company in 1936.