Products | Blanco Niño


Blanco Niño tortilla chips are made and taste
as originally intended.

Who’d have guessed corn tortilla chips could taste like real corn? Crunchy and moreish, these humble little tortilla chips will take your taste buds from the beaches of the Yucatan to the hills of Central Mexico.

Not only do they taste great, but they also happen to be naturally gluten-free, vegan friendly and have absolutely no artificial ingredients.

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Blanco Niño have now sold over 60 million tortillas to top restaurants and chefs across Europe.

We create our tortillas by taking no shortcuts. Every farmer and ingredient we work with has been chosen with great care. Made using all-natural, non-GMO ingredients with no added preservatives, we are proud that our tortillas match the quality and taste of those found in Mexico.

Get in touch to find out how you can get our tortillas.


We make our tortillas and tortilla chips in the same way the Aztecs have been doing it for thousands of years.

Using an ancient method known as nixtamalisation. Whole corn is cooked then steeped overnight, before being ground into a dough (masa) using hand-carved, Mexican volcanic stones. This masa is shaped and baked into tortillas. We then leave the tortillas to rest overnight, before being hand-cut and lightly fried into our tortilla chips.

It takes three days from start to finish, but we think the result is worth the wait.


We are really proud to work with some amazing people and heritage producers in Mexico. We love collaborating with the people and initiatives that we believe in, and we think this shows in our tortillas and tortilla chips.

We’ve partnered with a social enterprise in Celestún, Yucatan, whose mission is to promote traditional and sustainable salt harvesting practices for our Lightly Salted flavour. Our Ancient Grain flavour features Amaranth sourced from farmers in Milpa Alta. Our Chilli & Lime flavour features Ancho Chilli from a heritage farmer in Puebla.


Tacos, tostadas, burritos…that’s how our journey began.

We’re looking forward to bringing you some of our favourite recipes inspired by Mexico. Head over to our blog, to try our founder Phil’s guacamole. Katie Sanderson also created a beautiful baba ganoush recipe. If you’re wondering what to do with our tortillas you could always try pork carnitas.