La Costeña is a famous Mexican canned food brand name, popular enough that you can find a can in any supermarket in the United States. You can also find empty cans of it, serving as flower vases, in graveyards throughout Mexico.

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La Costeña cans appear in Mexican graveyards all over the country. This grave is in Santa Anita, Jalisco.
Santa Anita, Jalisco.
A grave with the Virgin of Guadalupe in Santa Anita, Jalisco.
Santa Anita, Jalisco.
Tomb in Jocotepec, Jalisco.
Jocotepec, Jalisco
Grave with rocks and coronas in Mezcala, Jalisco.
Mezcala, Jalisco.
Tomb in Mezcala, Jalisco, with La Costeña jalapeño cans.
Mezcala, Jalisco.
Grave in Mezcala, Jalisco.
Mezcala, Jalisco.
Grave in Atotonilquillo, Jalisco.
Atotonilquillo, Jalisco.
A grave in Atotonilquillo, Jalisco.
Atotonilquillo, Jalisco.
Man watering plants in graveyard in Mezcala, Jalisco.
A man takes a moment to rest while watering the plants in the graveyard in Mezcala, Jalisco.
Grave with La Costeña jalapeños en Mezcala, Jalisco.
A can of La Costeña brand jalapeños on a grave in Mezcala, Jalisco.
Grave with San Marcos brand jalapeño cans in San Juan Tecomatlán.
San Marcos brand jalapeños cans on a grave in San Juan Tecomatlán.
A Folger's coffee can serves as a vase for flowers on the Day of the Dead in Ajijic, Mexico.
A Folger’s coffee container becomes a vase for marigold flowers on the Day of the Dead in Ajijic, Jalisco.
Tomb with Virgin of Guadalupe corona in Mezcala, Jalisco.
Mezcala, Jalisco.
La Costeña in the graveyard.
San Juan Cosalá, Jalisco.
Simple grave in Mezcala, Jalisco.
Mezcala, Jalisco.
Grave in Mezcala, Jalisco, Mexico.
Mezcala, Jalisco.
Cemetery in San Juan Cosalá, Jalisco.
San Juan Cosalá, Jalisco.
Mezcala, Jalisco.
Grave in Mezcala, Jalisco.
Mezcala, Jalisco.