Chef Chloe Coscarelli

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Tourism & Travel

Club Med Partners with Chef Chloe Coscarelli to Expand Plant-Based Menu, Adds Beyond Meat Options

Club Med, a pioneer in the all-inclusive resorts industry, announces it recently partnered with famed vegan chef Chloe Coscarelli to bring more creative plant-based dishes to its resort menus in North America and the Caribbean. In addition, the brand says it is now offering Beyond Meat products as a protein option.  Creative recipes This summer, Coscarelli led an intensive workshop with Club Med’s culinary team to help the company revamp its plant-based menu options, reports Travel Pulse. Coscarelli directed the team in new food preparation, creative culinary techniques and inspirational recipes intended to get guests “more excited” about the company’s vegan offerings.  Specially prepared dishes included beetroot bourguignon, tomato tartar with feta cheese and pesto, and grilled avocado with pomegranate and truffle vinaigrette, which all …


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Gastronomy & Food Service

Vegan Restaurant Chain By Chloe to Be Bought Out of Bankruptcy, Must Continue Under Different Name

BC Hospitality Group, parent company of vegan fast-casual chain by Chloe, has agreed to sell the chain out of bankruptcy to a group of investors including QOOT International, Simple Capital Management LLC, Kitchen Fund, Lion Capital LLC, and Bain Capital Double Impact Fund. The group has agreed to pay $333,000 as well as the assumption of its debts, though it has been ruled that moving forward it must operate under a different name.   By Chloe launched in 2015 and expanded to 14 locations around the US as well as becoming recently established in London and Canada. The fashionable restaurants saw exponential success, securing $31 million in 2019 for major expansion with plans to open 50 new locations over four years, which would have more …



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Company News

By Chloe Raises $31 Million to Expand Vegan Restaurant Chain

In 2018 By CHLOE, the New York City-based fast-casual vegan restaurant, received $31 million in funding from Bain Capital, Kitchen Fund, Collaborative Fund and TGP International/Qoot International amongst other investors. The investment will ensure 50 new locations in the next four years, more than tripling the number of stores across the USA and move into Europe and the Middle-East.