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Chef Jose Andres hopes to serve at least 10,000 meals to people in the Bahamas
by Mike Hayes, CNN
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4 September 2019
On 4 September 2019 CNN reported:
Celebrity chef Jose Andres -- who is famous for his humanitarian feeding efforts in areas stricken by disaster -- made his first trip to the Abaco Islands Tuesday [3 September] with food for those devastated by Dorian. ... Andres tweeted that his organization, World Central Kitchen, is setting up a kitchen on Abaco -- 'where there is a lot of hungry people' -- while his team continues to transfer food from Nassau.
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Jose Andres and his nonprofit have served millions of free meals to needy Americans after such natural disasters as Hurricane Maria, Hurricane Florence, and the California wildfires. He even set up shop in Washington, DC, feeding federal government workers who were furloughed or working without pay during the 35-day partial shutdown in January.
To read the entire article, see photos, and watch CNN video of the chef talking as record gusts bend trees behind him click Chef Jose Andres hopes to serve at least 10,000 meals to people in the Bahamas. Please also see CNN's Hurricane Dorian Live Updates page
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