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Mission White Corn Tortillas (50.27 oz., 2 pk.) (Pack of 2)

Mission White Corn Tortillas (50.27 oz., 2 pk.) (Pack of 2)

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  • 2 packs, 50.27 ounces each
  • 110 total count tortillas
  • World's best selling corn tortilla
  • Perfect for tacos and enchiladas


Corn tortillas are a part of traditional Mexican cuisine. Mission White Corn Tortillas bring a taste of Mexico to your dining table. These tortillas come in a resealable package, so they stay fresh in the fridge.

Are Mission Corn Tortillas Gluten-Free?

Corn flour tortillas made by Mission are gluten-free. Instead of using wheat products to make these tortillas, Mission uses corn flour. As there are no wheat products in their corn tortillas, they are safe for people with celiac sprue disease to eat. The Celiac Sprue Association certified this product to contain less than 20 parts per million gluten. These tortillas are also certified kosher.

What is the Nutrition Content in Mission White Corn Tortillas?

A single serving of Mission White Corn Tortillas is two tortillas. There are 110 calories in each serving with 1.5 grams of fat and no cholesterol. There are only 10 milligrams of sodium, making them a good choice for those on a low sodium diet. There are only 22 grams of carbohydrates with 2 grams of sugar. For every serving of tortillas, there are 2 grams of protein, and you get 2% of your daily value in calcium and 4% of iron.

How Many White Corn Tortillas Come in a Package?

This package of Mission corn tortillas has two-55 count packages of tortillas. It gives you plenty of tortillas in each container. The large package and both smaller packages have a twist tie closure to allow you to reseal them after you open them to keep them fresh.

What Dishes Use Corn Tortillas?

There are a variety of Mexican and Mexican-inspired dishes that make use of corn tortillas. One favorite dish is the enchilada. While these tortillas are flexible enough to roll your enchiladas, some use them to make open-faced or stacked enchiladas. 

Flautas are also a good option for corn tortillas. With these, you fill the tortilla with chicken or beef and roll the tortilla. You don't close the ends in like with a burrito. Then you place the roll in a pan of hot oil and cook it until it is crispy.




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