Collaborating to Help Indigenous Communities in Mexico April 21 2019, 0 Comments

We are really excited to announce that Shoptezuma is joining forces with the Fundacion Kanxoc in Mexico to bring you the amazing artisanal products from the Mayan community called Kanxoc, located in Yucatan, Mexico.

In our search for great products from Mexico, we strive to find those that represent the best of Mexican culture, with top-notch quality and that can help local producers, artisans and communities develop their talents and capabilities to reach more people. This is just a sample of how Shoptezuma can accomplish all these, by collaborating with an up-and-coming foundation that is helping people in far out places, to bring development into their communities.

Based on the values of honesty, collaboration, trust, equality, respect and identity, the Kanxoc Foundation promotes the collective work of craftsmen and women of Kanxoc with self-sustaining projects that strengthen Mayan traditions and techniques used for design and fabrication of handcrafts. Kanxoc supports the collective work of craftsmen and women of the Mayan community called Kanxoc located in the state of Yucatan, Mexico and their self-sustaining projects strengthen Mayan traditions and techniques used for the design and fabrication of our products.

The products that Kanxoc has developed range from fashionable clothing and accessories, to gorgeous technology accessories and household items. Check them out:


You can see the full collection here.

As we continue our collaboration with Kanxoc, we encourage you to give us your feedback about what you like and what you’d like to see more. Feel free to email us at support (at) shoptezuma (dot) com and give us your feedback.

Thank you!

Dia del Niño with El Chavo del Ocho April 16 2014, 0 Comments

April 30th is a very special day in Mexico, as we celebrate the little people who fill our lives with joy - kids!  And it's also an opportunity that many of us, the old ones, take to search within for the kid inside ("el niño que llevamos dentro").   Across schools and houses in all of Mexico, kids are celebrated in their day... big or small, boy or girl, it's the day to be happy and playful.

As we get ready to celebrate Dia del Niño, there is one childlike figure (more like icon) whose innocence and ingenuity has survived the test of time, a character that started many years ago on TV and continued to entertain kids young and old for decades - El Chavo.   Roberto Gomez Bolaños "Chespirito" created this character in the early 1970's and since then has been a staple of Mexican entertainment, surviving to this day in the animated series of the same name, including all the famous characters like Quico, La Popis, Ñoño and Don Ramón.

At Shoptezuma we want to celebrate this joyful occasion and pay tribute to this lovable character by offering you a collection of toys from the TV series that are sure to bring back some memories.  Be sure to check out El Chavo Parlanchin, a personal favorite as it plays back some of El Chavo's famous phrases.   Also a favorite, El Chavo's Hat... you'll wish you had one of this when you were a kid.


We hope you enjoy this April 30th, play with your kids or nephews if you have any, go out and run and jump on your own if you don't.  The point is that you find and connect with the kid inside. 


Horacio O.

More Flavors from Mexico - New Products! March 24 2014, 0 Comments


At we are committed to offer you the best products from Mexico, and today, we are happy to tell you that you can now find household Mexican brands like Tajin, Clemente Jacques and Sonric's at our store.   With this, not only do we add to our line of  salsas and condiments to bring spice to your everyday meals, but we are also expanding our candy offerings, from traditional glorias and obleas to now lollipops, gummies and powders, all with the unique Mexican touch (i.e. get ready for some spicy snack time!).

To make your shopping experience easier, you will now be able to browse our grocery products (Sabor) in four major categories:



Salsas & Condiments


Hot Sauces


Cooking & Gourmet Sauces


Sweets, Spicy & Sour


Shop around our new Sabor page, we really hope you enjoy these fabulous products.  If there's anything you would like to see and you can't find, we'd love to hear about it.  Please send us an email and we'll do our best to find it for you.


New in Shoptezuma - Molli's Mexican Cooking Sauces December 12 2013, 0 Comments

Our newest addition to are these salsas with the authentic flavor from Mexico - Molli.

Founded by a couple from Mexico, Molli is an up and coming brand of Mexican cooking sauces that are made with a unique blend of all-natural ingredients and that are true to regional recipes. Mölli sauces are the foundation to many traditional regional recipes and are a real time saver when trying to make a delicious Mexican meal in less than 30 minutes.

Molli introduced two great cooking sauces, inspired by local flavors, made with a unique blend of ingredients from the specific variety of chile pepper to just the right herbs & spices:


 Mexico City - made with Arbol chile peppers to enhance flavor and heat.
 Morelos - milder sauce, accented with smoky Chipotle chile peppers.


We love these new additions to our portfolio of salsas and highly recommend you try some of their inspired recipes, sure to bring the true interior Mexican flavors to your kitchen.



New! Shoptezuma adds Artesanias and new Salsas August 05 2013, 0 Comments

Starting today, we are proud to support local artesanos in Mexico by offering a few products directly from places like Guanajuato, Guerrero and Sonora.  From talavera to ceramic, artesanias are not only a true part of our culture but also a way of living for thousands of artist families in Mexico.  These beautiful crafts open a whole new category for Shoptezuma - Arte y Artesanias, check it out...

Shoptezuma: A New Destination for Mexico Enthusiasts July 02 2013, 0 Comments

This is what's behind Shoptezuma.  The belief that there's a gap out there, where people who love Mexican culture (whether they're Mexican or not) are still looking for the 'real thing', not just the average conception of what most people believe to be Mexican.  Lo autentico...