Loukoumi Foundation Presents 2nd Annual Virtual Mediterranean Tasting Event

December 21, 2020

NEW YORK – The Loukoumi Make A Difference Foundation presents the 2nd Annual Virtual Mediterranean Tasting Event, hosted by Chef Maria Loi and Friends, on Sunday, January 24, 4-5 PM EST.

A great gift for the holiday season, the event features healthy eating tips for the new year with a dream team of chefs including: Maria Loi, Cesare Casella, Diane Henderiks, Miltos Karoubas, Tom Lo, Jehangir Mehta, Bill Yosses, Anthony Walton, and more.

The event is virtual this year and can include a Tasting Backpack that will be shipped right to your door. For those ordering the Tasting Backpack, please note that it must be ordered by Sunday, January 17 in order to receive it in time for the January 24 event.

Proceeds from this event will benefit The Loukoumi Feeds The Hungry Program.

More information about the event is available online: https://www.loukoumifoundation.org/mediterranean-tasting-event.

More information about the Loukoumi Foundation is also available online: https://www.loukoumifoundation.org.


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