Raquelita's Tortillas has been making corn and flour tortillas for Denver restaurants since 1960; today it's dedicated to using both traditional tortilla-making methods and wind-generated energy. Join us live on Facebook at 1:45 p.m. today as we talk to Rich Schneider, whose father started the business more than fifty years ago.
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Raquelita's is one of the sponsors of Tacolandia, Westword's celebration of the city's top tacos, on Sunday, August 14, at Sports Authority Field.
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