BILLINGS – When you think of Billings, fresh and authentic tortillas may not be the first thing that comes to mind, but for the last 15 years the Trevino family has been working to change that.
The company grew from humble beginnings, starting with the same recipe Chris Trevino learned when he was 5 years old in his grandmother’s kitchen.
“He learned from his grandma,” said Destynee Trevino, Chris’ wife and business partner. “He spent a lot of summers with her in Bridger.”
In 2003, Chris took his recipe to the State Avenue IGA, rolling out 32 packages of tortillas by hand to be sold over the weekend. They were all gone by Sunday.