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If you’ve eaten Mexican food in Las Vegas, you’ve probably had Los Arcos tortillas or chips, which are the foundation for tacos and nachos in restaurants across the Valley.

The turbulent, jubilant story of Los Arcos, one family’s dream that became big food business

February 26th, 2015

If you’ve eaten Mexican food in Las Vegas, you’ve probably had Los Arcos tortillas or chips, which are the foundation for tacos and nachos in restaurants across the Valley.

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