Linnaea Mendoza was trying to raise financing for her family's new salsa business online, when she received an irate email, including threats and a racial slur, from a Salt Lake County employee, reported local station KTVX-TV. The government worker will be keeping his job, but he was forced to make a public apology.
A year ago, Mendoza and her husband Sergio (both pictured above) were struggling financially. So they decided to turn their respective Italian and Mexican heritages into the perfect condiment. And it was a hit. Residents in the vicinity of their Sandy City, Utah, home can now find Salsitas Mendoza salsa in several stores and farmers markets.
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