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Soul Food Chef Converts His Restaurant into a Grocery Store to Help Needy Families | Black Business.com

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Soul Food Chef Converts His Restaurant into a Grocery Store to Help Needy Families | Black Business.com

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Chef Jonny Rhodes from Houston has converted his popular soul food restaurant, Indigo, into a grocery store that gives low-income families better access to high-quality food. He decided to make the change because of the current worldwide coronavirus pandemic.

Chef Jonny opened his establishment called Indigo just two years ago, and it immediately became a very successful restaurant in the area. He says that he has always wanted to open a grocery store as well, and that the current crisis has really pushed him towards pursing this idea as well.

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