Order a Seattle Solidarity Box to help Black-owned food businesses

Jul 17 2020, 10:04 am

Doing its part for racial justice and equality, Savor Seattle has released a second Seattle Solidarity Box, a box featuring goods from Black-owned Seattle area food businesses.

If you’d like to help out a number of local companies all at once, purchase a curated selection of gifts from 12 different shops with the $149.99 box.

$5 from each box sold will be donated to the Black Lives Matter Fund — previous solidarity box sales generated $10,620 in donations to the BLM Fund and over $110,000 to small businesses around Seattle.

The boxes are available for delivery on July 29 and 30 and contain an array of sweets, spreads, and more.


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The solidarity boxes contain the following:

  • Two-time James Beard award winner Edourado Jordan’s ancient grains pancake mix and pimento cheese from JuneBaby
  • Fresh potato gnocchi and Pomodoro sauce from La Spiga
  • Two Tuscan chicken pot pies from Pot Pie Factory
  • Five-piece artisan chocolate set from Hot Chocolat
  • Two double chocolate salted caramel sandwich cookies from KJ’s Cakery Bakery
  • A bag of whole bean locally-roasted coffee from Boon Boona Coffee
  • Hot honey sauce from Herban Farm
  • Garden veggie gourmet popcorn from Atomic Corn
  • Strawberry fields and marley ginger kombucha from Glory Bucha
  • Miss Marjorie’s steel drum plantains from Marjorie Restaurant
  • Doolie’s African salsa from Doolie’s Salsa
  • Hallelu-jah! sauce from JuneBug’s

Those interested in purchasing the Seattle Solidarity Boxes can do so online while supplies last.

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