15 Flour Tortilla Brands Worth a Try

Tortillas were first made in Mexico thousands of years ago and still remain extremely popular because of their versatility and tasty flavor. This article will explore some of the most popular brands of flour tortillas found in grocery stores today. We hope it helps you find a new brand to try or at least gives you a bit of information about the tortillas out there.

Flour Tortilla Brands


Website: missionfoods.com

Mission is likely the most recognized flour tortilla brand on this list. That is because it is the top tortilla company in the United States. It is a subsidiary of Gruma Corporation. Gruma dates back to 1949 when it was founded in Gerralvo, Nuevo Leon Mexico. The company did not acquire Mission until 1977. Mission’s primary products beyond tortillas are wraps, tortilla chips, chicharrones, salsa, and dips.

Mission makes the following flour tortillas:

  • Burrito Flour Tortillas
  • Soft Taco Flour Tortillas
  • Fajita Flour Tortillas
  • Street Tacos Flour Tortillas
  • Street Tacos Sweet Hawaiian Tortillas
  • Soft Taco Homestyle Flour Tortillas
  • Soft Taco Homestyle Flour Tortillas
  • Fajita Extra Fluffy Flour Tortillas
  • Fajita Grande Flour Tortillas
  • Organic Flour Tortillas
  • Tortillas Caseras Flour Tortillas
  • Soft Taco Restaurant-Style Flour Tortillas
  • Carb Balance Soft Taco Flour Tortillas
  • Multigrain Soft Taco Flour Tortillas
  • Fajita Restaurant-Style Flour Tortillas
  • Organic Uncooked Flour Tortillas
  • Carb Balance Soft Taco Restaurant-Style Flour Tortillas
  • Carb Balance Fajita Flour Tortillas

La Banderita

Website: olemex.com

La Banderita is a brand of Olé Mexican Foods. The company was first launched in 1988 when Veronica Moreno, the founder, started selling chips and authentic tortillas in Georgia. The tortilla recipe came from Moreno’s grandmother who lived in Mexico. The company remains a family-owned business today.

The flour tortilla products made by La Banderita are:

  • Homestyle
  • Low sodium Flour Tortilla
  • Carb Counter
  • Burrito Grande
  • Soft Taco
  • Carb Counter Keto Taco
  • Fajita
  • Street Taco
  • Whole Wheat

Old El Paso

Website: oldelpaso.com

Old El Paso is a popular Mexican-Style food brand that specializes in taco shells, dinner kits, taco seasoning, and more. The company is owned by the giant food company, General Mills. Old El Paso dates back to 1917 when it started by canning/selling tomatoes and pinto beans. The brand was responsible for helping bring Mexican food to grocery stores in the 1970s due to its success as the first national brand of Mexican meals in the U.S.

Old El Paso’s flour tortillas are as follows:

  • Soft Tortilla Bowl
  • Flour Tortillas
  • Mini Soft Tortilla Taco Bowls
  • Restaurante Grande Tortillas
  • Soft Tortilla Bowl – Cheese
  • Whole Wheat Taco Bowls
  • Buttery Homestyle Soft Tortilla Bowl
  • Soft Tortilla Bowl – Flour + Corn


Website: ortega.com

Ortega dates back to the late 1800s when Emilio Ortega discovered big red chiles in New Mexico that he loved. He brought the seeds of these chiles to his home in Ventura, California where he planted them. It turns out that the climate was perfect for the chiles and Emilio started producing abundant crops. He eventually learned to prepare and preserve the chilis which allowed him to start “The Ortega Chile Packaging Company.

Today, Ortega makes more than just chiles. The company makes taco sauce, seasonings, taco meal kits, salsas, tortillas, and more.

Ortega’s flour tortilla products are:

  • Flour Tortillas
  • Whole Wheat Tortillas
  • Cauliflower and Flour Tortillas


Website: salsas.com/chi-chis/

Chi-Chi’s once operated as a chain of Mexican food restaurants in the United States and Canada. While some restaurants exist in places like Belgium and Austria, Chi-Chi’s is now only found in grocery stores in the United States. The grocery store food business is owned by MegaMex Foods, a joint venture between Hormel and Herdez del Fuerte.

The flour tortilla products made by Chi-Chi’s are:

  • Taco-Style Flour Tortillas
  • Foldables Tortillas
  • Burrito-Style Flour Tortillas
  • Fajita-Style Flour Tortillas
  • Fajita-Style Multigrain Tortillas
  • Fajita-Style Flour Tortillas – 100 Calories
  • Enchilada-Style Flour & Corn Tortillas
  • Fajita-Style Whole Wheat Tortillas

La Preferida

Website: lapreferida.com

La Preferida was launched in Chicago with its first Mexican food product being Chorizo in the early 1900s. Henry Steinbarth, the founder, decided to sell Chorizo because his neighborhood began to become diverse with Mexican and Latin American immigrants who created a demand for Mexican sausage and related foods. The popularity of the Chorizo helped the company grow into a much larger food company.

Today, La Preferida has over 250 products including salsa, beans, enchilada sauce, seasonings, and more. In other words, they are much more than just a flour tortilla brand.


Website: aztecafoods.com

Azteca Foods was founded in Chicago in 1969 by ten men who each contributed $8,000 to start the company. Art Velasquez was one of those Mexican-American men whose family still owns the company today. Aztec Foods makes the following primary products: tortillas, salad shells, and corn chips. Its flour tortillas include the following:

  • Homestyle Taco Size
  • Homestyle Burrito Size
  • Original Thin Flour Tortillas – Fajita
  • Original Thin Flour Tortillas – Supersize Taco
  • Original Thin Flour Tortillas – Burrito
  • Ultra Grain Taco Size

La Tortilla Factory

Website: latortillafactory.com

La Tortilla Factory was started in 1977 by Jose and Mary Tamayo in Sonoma Country, California as a taqueria. The company’s tortillas soon began to be sold in nearby grocery stores in 1978. In 1988, the taqueria was closed so that the company could focus on tortilla production.

Today, the company makes many varieties of flour tortillas. See the company’s website for its extensive list of the flour tortillas that they make.

El Milagro

Website: el-milagro.com

Raul Lopez came to the United States from Mexico in 1942. He worked on the Illinois Central Railroad during the day and he would make/sell tortillas when not working. Lopez’s company grew into a major tortilla brand in the Midwest through the years, particularly in Chicago. In addition to corn tortillas, the company makes corn tortillas, tortilla chips, taco shells, and tostada shells.

Here are El Milagro flour tortilla products:

  • Flour Tortillas
  • Burrito Tortillas
  • Homestyle Flour Tortillas
  • Flour Fajitas Tortillas
  • Whole Wheat Fajitas Tortillas


Website: pasionguerrero.com/en/

Guerrero is owned by Gruma, the same company that owns Mission. They are based out of Irving, Texas, and have 16 manufacturing facilities in the United States. Guerrero was acquired by Gruma in 1989. The company makes flour tortillas, corn tortillas, whole-wheat flour tortillas, tostadas, and pork rinds.

Guerrero’s flour tortilla products are:

  • Buritto Flour Tortillas
  • Fajita Flour Tortillas
  • Soft Taco Flour Tortillas
  • Grande
  • Gorditas
  • Harina Caseras – Fajita
  • Harina Caseras – Soft Taco
  • Whole-Wheat Flour Tortillas
  • Harina Fresqui-Ricas – Fajita
  • Harina Fresqui-Ricas – Soft Taco

Don Pancho

Website: donpancho.com

Don Pancho was launched in 1979. The first products made by the founders, the Puentes family, were tortillas. However, the company has expanded its product offerings to include such things as wraps, chips, street tacos, and beyond.

The flour tortilla options offered by Don Pancho are:

  • Gordita Flour Tortiallas
  • White Flour Tortilla – Non-GMO
  • Whole Wheat Gordita
  • Organic Flour Tortilla

Mi Rancho

Website: mirancho.com

Mi Rancho began as a Mexican grocery store in 1939. This Oakland, California grocery store became popular with shoppers seeking Mexican foods since it was the only store like it in the area. They became known especially for their handmade tortillas made in the back of the store. As the company grew, they began supplying tortillas and chips to nearby restaurants. 2010 was the year that Mi Rancho’s super-premium tortillas began to be sold at grocery stores.

The flour tortillas made by Mi Rancho are:

  • Organic Soft Taco Flour Tortillas
  • Non-GMO Soft Taco Flour Tortillas
  • Organic Burrito Flour Tortillas
  • Mini Mamas Street Taco Tortillas
  • Mama’s Simply Authentic Burrito Flour Tortillas
  • Mama’s Simply Authentic Fajita Flour Tortillas
  • Organic Whole Wheat Tortillas
  • Mama’s Simply Authentic Soft Taco Tortillas

Maria & Ricardos

Website: mariaandricardos.com

The company was started in 1986 by Maria and Ricardo as you may have guessed. The brand is a good one for anyone seeking tortillas that are keto-friendly, grain-free, or gluten-free. Options available such as spinach, tomato basil, and quinoa tortillas are certainly unique.

However, you are reading this to learn about flour tortillas. The company makes the following flour tortillas:

  • White Flour Tortillas
  • Organic White Flour Tortillas
  • Organic Sprout Grain Tortillas
  • Soft Yellow Corn Tortillas (contains wheat flour)
  • White Flour Tortillas – Burrito Size
  • Organic Whole Wheat Tortillas
  • Organic Blue Corn Tortillas (contains wheat flour)
  • Whole Wheat Tortillas
  • Whole Wheat Plus Tortillas
  • Spinach Tortillas
  • Tomato Basil Tortillas

Tortilla Land

Website: tortillaland.com

Tortilla Land specializes in producing ready-to-cook (uncooked) tortillas that are made with simple ingredients. The tortillas cook in 60 seconds for super fast and amazing tasting tortillas. They have no preservatives, trans fat, cholesterol, or saturated fat.

While the company is consider more than just a flour tortilla brand, these are the flour tortilla products:

  • Flour Tortillas
  • Street Taco Flour Tortillas
  • Organic Flour Tortillas
  • Burrito Sized Flour Tortillas


Website: sinaloahawaii.com

Sinaloa’s roots come from making tortillas in the family restaurant on Kauai. As the popularity of the homemade tortillas grew at the restaurant, the owner, Ysidro Macias, knew he had something good going. The family moved to Honolulu in 1995 with a focus on tortilla production. They have since become the premier corn and flour tortilla brand in Hawaii.

Sinaloa makes the following flour tortillas:

  • Burrito Tortillas
  • Flour Tortillas
  • Snack Size Tortillas
  • Whole Wheat Burrito
  • Whole Wheat Tortillas
  • Whole Wheat Snack Size
  • Spinach Wraps