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Homeland opens deli cases to restaurant-made food
Some of Oklahoma City’s favorite dishes, including Rococo’s crab cakes, are now available at Homeland stores.
As grocery stores have been slammed with customers, restaurants and other eateries were forced to close their dining rooms, cutting their revenue.
“We looked around at the restaurants near us, where we all like to eat and thought, ‘What can we do to help our community?,’” said Marc Jones, Homeland CEO and president. “We just felt like this was the right thing to do.”
And that small action – giving space in a deli case – has rippled through the city.
Restaurant owners Jamie Winteroth and her husband, Jordan Winteroth, operate the breakfast eatery, Aurora, in Oklahoma City’s Plaza District and Social Deck + Dining in the central part of the city. Jones knew the Winteroth’s Aurora operating partner, Dallas Cody Barnett, through their children’s school. He reached out to the operators and then the hustle began.
Read the full story on VeloCityOKC.com.