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This upcoming summer, cult celebrity chef Chloe Coscarelli is returning to her Los Angeles roots and bringing her fabulous vegan eats with her. Coscarelli and co-founder, Samantha Wasser, will be partnering with Whole Foods to open up the fourth location of their tremendously popular vegan eatery by CHLOE.

The merger will conjoin the all-vegan restaurant with the company’s Silver Lake location under the supermarket’s new plan to trim costs and square footage by partnering with existing food brands. In addition to strategic partnerships, the Silver Lake location, like many other smaller Whole Foods markets, will rely more on the company’s “365 by Whole Foods” grocery store concept, which entails stocking the location primarily with the company’s in-house brand.

Despite the smaller market size, we think Silver Lake foodies will be excited about this new collaboration. By CHLOE.’s fast-casual menu includes comfort food favorites like mac and cheese and pesto pasta, as well as unique veggie burgers, pancakes for brunch, and a wide variety of cold-pressed juices. Whole Foods visitors will have the option of enjoying Chloe’s plant-based dishes in a separate dining area, with other shoppers in the supermarket’s communal dining area, or within the comfort of their own home. Having the popular, vegan restaurant within the actual supermarket is sure to drive business for both parties involved.

Considering the proximity of Moby’s chic location, Little Pine, as well as other vegan-centric restaurants, by CHLOE. is sure to make a killer debut this summer. This merger may be a predictor of more vegan and vegetarian fare to come to the L.A city. If Silver Lakers continue upping the demand for plant-based food, companies will continue taking notice and acting on it!
Image Source: By CHLOE./Facebook



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17 comments on “Plant-Based Eatery By CHLOE. to Open Up New Location in L.A Supermarket!”

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Carol Mellen Highsmith
8 Months Ago

Try the process of illumination and keep a food diary. Broccoli and cabbage are two offenders for some...most! You might need less fiber if you're doing a lot of veggies and fruits. Have you tried digestive enzymes...there are chewable type made from papaya. Get both only at health food stores. Probiotics are in refrigerated section and must be kept in yours'. Of course, certain foods react in different ways for each person. You might be eating too much wheat-based stuff. Try eliminating as much whole wheat products from your diet as possible. All, if possible! You can buy better for your tummy rice bread or Ezekial sprouted wheat bread instead of the usual. Rice bread: I can find it only at Whole Foods. Ezekial is easier to find-- both are in the freezer department, maybe with breakfast foods . Also, if you're doing any dairy, I would stop all of those right away, Including yogurt for now. Some of us are simply lactose tolerant. Reintroduce them one at a time, if you must have. Cheese can be extra hard on my tummy. It's binding. Believe it or not, some farting is normal and good to get out! None would be the ideal for me! Good luck.


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Mary Wagner
8 Months Ago

My dream is that this eatery opens up in Newcastle Australia. Foodie heaven for me!


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Alexovici Faraz
8 Months Ago

Splendid!


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Juan De La Meme
8 Months Ago

Kim Kimson


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Mathew Muldoon
8 Months Ago

Since I went vegan my farts are Lethal. What's wrong with me?


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Brianna McDonald
11 Mar 2016

Too much fiber maybe lol.

Mathew Muldoon
11 Mar 2016

Could be. It's a nightmare when I'm at the gym

Carol Mellen Highsmith
11 Mar 2016

Try the process of illumination and keep a food diary. Broccoli and cabbage are two offenders for some...most! You might need less fiber if you're doing a lot of veggies and fruits. Have you tried digestive enzymes...there are chewable type made from papaya. Get both only at health food stores. Probiotics are in refrigerated section and must be kept in yours'. Of course, certain foods react in different ways for each person. You might be eating too much wheat-based stuff. Try eliminating as much whole wheat products from your diet as possible. All, if possible! You can buy better for your tummy rice bread or Ezekial sprouted wheat bread instead of the usual. Rice bread: I can find it only at Whole Foods. Ezekial is easier to find-- both are in the freezer department, maybe with breakfast foods . Also, if you're doing any dairy, I would stop all of those right away, Including yogurt for now. Some of us are simply lactose tolerant. Reintroduce them one at a time, if you must have. Cheese can be extra hard on my tummy. It's binding. Believe it or not, some farting is normal and good to get out! None would be the ideal for me! Good luck!

Carol Mellen Highsmith
11 Mar 2016

Message me if you want to ask ?? I've been mostly vegetarian for quite awhile.

Carol Mellen Highsmith
11 Mar 2016

EarthAffair
8 Months Ago

Looks amazing!


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EarthAffair
8 Months Ago

Looks amazing!


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Rosanne Rousseau
8 Months Ago

Yum


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Rosanne Rousseau
8 Months Ago

Yum


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Sam J. Massarella
8 Months Ago

Yum!!!


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