Support the Hispanic Scholarship Fund w/ Cacique Food Truck in SF this Friday at SoMA StrEat Food Park

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Friday, Sept. 26th, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund is co-hosting the San Francisco #Cacique40FoodTruck from 11-2pm at  the SoMA StrEat Food Park. Celebrate Cacique’s 40th anniversary with delicious dishes by award-winning Chef and Food Network Star, Aarón Sánchez. 100% of food truck profits will be donated to HSF (yes, folks, you read that right, not 2% or a portion of. 100%!)  To date, HSF has awarded over $400 million in scholarships and has supported a broad range of outreach and education programs to help students and their families navigate collegiate life, from gaining admission and securing financial aid to finding employment after graduation.  HSF envisions a future where every Latino household will have at least one college graduate

Cotija-Crusted Quesadilla
Cotija-Crusted Quesadilla

AT: SoMA StrEAT Food Park at 11th and Division Sts. (across from Cosco)

The Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) is the nation’s largest not-for-profit organization supporting Hispanic higher education. The Food Trucks, featuring Cacique® products, will tour key cities to raise funds in celebration of the anniversary, with 100% of the profits to be donated to HSF. The effort is being led by award-winning Chef and Food Network Star Aarón Sánchez.  For more information on the Cacique® 40th Food Truck or to obtain recipes or

Tostadas with Cacique Chorizo and Chile de Arbol Salsa
Tostadas with Cacique Chorizo and Chile de Arbol Salsa

Menu items created by Sánchez will sell at $5-$6. Menu choice items include the delicious Cotija Crusted Quesadilla, Three Cheese Salad, Tostadas with Cacique® Chorizo and Chile de Arbol Salsa and Shrimp Aguachile Tostaditas.

Three Cheese Salad
Three Cheese Salad

“HSF is grateful to Cacique® for their commitment and support of Hispanic higher education,” says Fidel A. Vargas, President and CEO of the Hispanic Scholarship Fund. “Cacique®’s donations are an important investment towards the goal of placing a college degree in every Latino household.”


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