EATER- 13 Places to Crack Open Tinned Seafood in NYC

EATER- 13 Places to Crack Open Tinned Seafood in NYC

Originally a chorizo factory, this Jackson Heights institution has been importing Spanish specialty food products since 1971. The store carries some unique brands that represent a vast breadth of Spain, including Cabo de Peñas from Galicia, Don Bocarte from Cantabria, and Agromar from Asturias — many establishments around town source their conservas from Despaña. In 2006, the company opened an offshoot location in Soho, where there’s a boutique grocery store and tapas cafe that hosts one of the city’s largest selections of Güeyu Mar products.
Foods & Wines From Spain- Angélica Intriago, The Soul of Despaña in New York

Foods & Wines From Spain- Angélica Intriago, The Soul of Despaña in New York

Foods & Wines from Spain interviewed Angélica Intriago during her recent visit to Spain to attend Madrid Fusión. The co-founder of Despaña in New York shares her opinion on growing interest in Spanish foods and wines in the US

The Infatuation: 29 International & Specialty Grocery Stores In NYC

Despaña Fine Foods & Tapas Cafe, featured in the Infatuation's list of 29 International & Specialty Grocery Stores in NYC.
I Thought I Knew Tinned Fish. Then I Tried These Spanish Calamari

I Thought I Knew Tinned Fish. Then I Tried These Spanish Calamari

An article highlighting the newly available Güeyu Mar conservas from Asturias in Bon Appetit Magazine, featuring Despaña as the featured vendor. 

Fabada Asturiana (White Beans With Ham, Saffron, and Sausages)

Fabada Asturiana (White Beans With Ham, Saffron, and Sausages)

A feature in Saveur Magazine highlighting a comforting pork-and-beans stew recipe from northern Spain, connecting Despaña as the source of ingredients. 
The King of Tapas

The King of Tapas

The New York Times