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Gourmet Industry Rallies Around Harvey Hit Houston

As Houston, TX and the communities that surround the nation’s fourth largest city begin the arduous task of surveying the damage and cleaning up after Hurricane Harvey, the gourmet housewares retail community is showing its support for residents impacted by the storm.

McKinney, TX-based Ettienne Market is donating $1 of every local Texas product sold during the next 10 days to the American Red Cross to help with relief efforts, owner Coryanne Ettiene posted on the store’s Facebook and Instagram pages.

Culinary Square, located in Troy, NY, announced that 15% of all of the store’s proceeds on September 1 will be donated to the American Red Cross for Hurricane Harvey relief.

Gift and Gourmet, located in Seguin, TX, is taking donations for the American Red Cross this week. Patrons may select an amount to add on to their purchase.

Faraday’s Kitchen Store, located in Austin, TX, is donating 10% of sales on August 31st to the American Red Cross for Disaster Relief Services.

P.O.S.H., a gourmet housewares store in Chicago, IL, is also donating 10% of sales on August 31 to the American Red Cross.

Wine-a-Rita, a manufacturer based in Texarkana, TX, has donated $100 to the relief efforts, said Judy Smith, the company’s owner and director of marketing.

If your store is doing something for Hurricane Harvey relief and would like to be included on this list, e-mail [email protected] 

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