Minority-owned businesses see signs of pandemic recovery

This year’s largest minority-owned businesses list reflects 2021 revenue, capturing the first year of recovery as businesses started to recoup pandemic-related losses.

Topping the list again was Sigma Plastics Group, a packaging company headquartered in New Jersey and led by CEO Mark Teo. The company grew by 1% but still raked in $2.5 billion in revenue after shrinking just 5% during FY2020. Goya Foods, led by CEO Robert Unanue and also based in New Jersey, maintained a top slot as well. Mindlance, an Asian-owned staffing and consulting firm in New Jersey that focuses on mindfulness and diversity, grew by 33% after growing 12% last year. Better.com, a mainstay of

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