CVS is trying to win over Latinos by testing a few stores called “CVS/pharmacy y más.” Seriously, that’s the name. Yeah, you can buy Vapor Rub at a regular ol’ CVS, but does it have a yellow paint job that’ll appeal to your Latino sensibilities? Didn’t think so. Let’s see just how exclusive their inventory of “trusted Hispanic” products is…
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This non-alcoholic malt beverage will remind you of home. Good luck finding it outside of CVS/pharmacy y más. Oh, wait…
It’s also available at Walmart.
Café La Llave
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These bricks of pure espresso come in two colors: green and orange. The orange brick is decaf, so yeah, you want the green one.
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Want your clothes to smell like abuelita did the laundry? Suavitel.
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Can you get any more Latino than Fabuloso? Remember, mop your floors with it, don’t drink it.
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Baby cologne can only be trusted if it comes from a Latino-themed, Rhode Island-based chain, right?
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Latino boating enthusiasts, rejoice and degrease!
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Another heavy-duty cleaning product. We do more than clean, you know?
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Plantain chips at CVS!? What’s next, guacamole?
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Aha! You can’t find an arepa maker just anywhere. Right?