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Best Of New Orleans

Best fried chicken in New Orleans
Award goes to Dooky Chase's Restaurant

2014 Best Fried Chicken
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Best of New Orleans 2014: Restaurants

BEST CREOLE RESTAURANT
Best Creole Restaurant
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Whole Foods Market® Broad Street to Donate Percentage of First Five Days’ Sales to Local New Orleans Non-Profits

Arabella Station and Veterans stores to participate

 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. (January 22, 2014) For an opening week celebration that begins Feb. 4, the Whole Foods Market Broad St. store will donate one percent of the first five day’s net sales to non-profits whose missions serve children, seniors, personal and workforce development, empowerment, arts, social justice, beautification/environment, music, and culture. The Arabella Station and Veterans locations will also participate and donate their net sales.

As part of the company’s core values to support its local communities, the stores donate five percent of net sales once a quarter. With the new Broad St. store opening, the New Orleans locations have combined efforts to support five local organizations over the first five days that the Broad St. store is open to foster even more giving. The schedule is as follows:

Tuesday, Feb. 4

Providence Community Housing
Providence Community Housing fosters healthy, diverse and vibrant communities by developing, operating and advocating for affordable, mixed-income housing, supportive services and employment opportunities for individuals, families, seniors and people with special needs. www.providencecommunityhousing.org

Wednesday, Feb. 5

Edgar “Dooky” Jr. & Leah Chase Family Foundation
The Dooky and Leah Chase Family Foundation seeks to cultivate and support historically disenfranchised organizations by making significant contributions to education, creative and culinary arts, and social justice. www.dookychasefoundation.org

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