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Pavilions is helping to make it easy to support Project Angel Food… and if cookies are on your regular shopping list, it might not even impact your monthly budget to help support for this worthwhile organization.

Starting today, you’ll now find some new packages of delicious cookies on the shelves at Pavilions stores in Hollywood and West Hollywood from Project Angel Food Bakers.  Simply picking up one of these delicious new products instead of your regular brand will provide support to men, women and children affected by HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life threatening conditions.

New cookies from Project Angel Food Bakers available at Pavilions.

Project Angel Food Bakers is a new enterprise developed in the agency’s kitchen on Vine Street that cooks & delivers more than 13,000 meals a week to those in need and facing life threatening illnesses. This new program will offer a variety of baked goods to be sold at grocery and specialty stores.

With its launch comes the first product line; a line of Cookies called the DO GOODING good COOKIES premiering first in Pavilions stores in Hollywood (on Vine St) and West Hollywood (on Santa Monica Blvd). The Cookies, offered in three flavors, Chocolate Chip, Ginger Snap and Iced Lemon, will retail on the shelves for $3.99 and will be available beginning Thursday November 4, 2010. In this special partnership with Project Angel Food, Pavilions has committed to donating 100% of the price to the charity.

“We have a long standing history with Project Angel Food and are proud to support them as they embark on this new and exciting business venture that will further enable them to ‘do good’ work and serve their clients,” said Vons Manager of Public Affairs and Government Relations, Carlos Illingworth.

All of the cookies sold are baked and packaged in the Project Angel Food kitchen from recipes developed and tested by Project Angel Food, using real butter, cane or beet sugar. At least ten cookies come in each package. The cookies contain no corn syrup, preservatives, hydrogenated or partly hydrogenated fats.

The packaging designed by Richard Manville and directed by Board member and Volunteer, Jacqui Farina, boasts a modern cylinder design in bright orange, yellow and pink. All packages prominently display Project Angel Food’s mission and also list notable milestones of the charity.

Project Angel Food has been cooking and delivering meals free of charge daily to men, women and children affected by HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life threatening illnesses throughout Los Angeles County for 21 years. To date, they have prepared and delivered over 7 million meals.

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