Spanish Translators for U.S. Hispanic Market

A must read for Spanish translators who want to explore the U.S. Hispanic markets: Juan Tornoe’s Hispanic Trending blog.

A sample of what you can read in this blog: “But above all, please, please, please make sure the translation is correct, Tornoe says, even if it’s a matter of spending a few extra dollars to pass the package through a professional translator….”

Or this: “Also, make sure you’re aware of all translations or implied meanings of words. When Hershey’s developed a package for the Hispanic market, they labeled it chocolate blanco con cajeta. Cajeta is commonly understood in Mexico to mean a carmelized milk used in desserts. But in other Hispanic cultures, the word refers to female anatomy. There are plenty of other examples.”

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