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He served 3.6 million free meals in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. Now he's feeding people hit by Florence
by Andrea Diaz, CNN
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17 September 2018
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When disaster strikes, the Red Cross and the National Guard are always there to help. And these days, so is Jose Andres. The renowned chef, equipped with a team of cooks and volunteers and a ton of food, is feeding people in the Carolinas who were hit by Hurricane Florence. Andres and his nonprofit World Central Kitchen team arrived in North Carolina a week ago -- days before the storm arrived . . . The team served more than 3.6 million meals in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of 2017's Hurricane Maria and stayed on the island through an entire year to make sure people weren't left hungry.
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. . . In June, Andres journeyed to Guatemala to help feed victims of the volcanic eruption there. In July he teamed up with fellow celebrity chef Guy Fieri to feed first responders to the wildfires in California.
Andres' empire includes more than two dozen restaurants in Washington, D.C., Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and other cities.
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