Inter-American Health Food Company, Alinsi / Mexico Sales Branch (MX)

A distributor of health foods that has operated in the Mexican territory since 1986. Alinsa stands for Alimentos Integronaturales (“wholesome natural foods”). It was created by the Inter-American Division for the purpose of distributing health foods to Mexico and improving service to clients of the Navojoa, Sonora, and Montemorelos, Nuevo León, factories. At first its territories were divided into the western zone, with headquarters situated in Guadalajara; and the central zone, with headquarters in Mexico City. In 1989 the company extended its activity to cover the rest of the country of Mexico, and set up five more distribution centers in the cities of Tijuana, Chihuahua, Pichucalco, Monterrey, and Torreon. As a result of this expansion, Alinsa is able to serve more than 500 health ...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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