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Celebrity Chef Aldo Zilli: Why Can't He Move to the US?

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Celebrity chef, Aldo Zilli, just helped reopened up a new eco-Louth food store, along with local school children. He has appeared in shows like Celebrity Fit Club and The X Factor and owns a few restaurants around London which specializes in Italian food. The store is called “The Co-Operative” which has many new features, including:

* A Fair Trade Coffee Bar.

* Low Flow Toilets.

* Eco-refrigeration.

* New Organic Foods.

* Four self scanning tills.

The young students from Kidgate Primary, St Michael’s School and Lacey Gardens helped celebrate the ribbon cutting ceremony and accepted donations of £200 (almost $400) for each school’s funds from store manager Kevin Ferguson to mark the occasion.

“We were thrilled that Aldo was able to take part in our store relaunch celebrations along with our local school children. Our store has been completely transformed and we have had a great response from shoppers so far, who are impressed with our smart new look and wider range,” Kevin says.

Why can’t they have more of these in the US? Come here, Aldo!

You can check out the store’s website: Here.

via: louthleader.co.uk

Morgin is a new writer for ecorazzi and has her own blog: morginfelicia.blogspot.com

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