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KOFEE supports Kutztown's minority-owned businesses

Pennsylvania has issued a proclamation joining communities across the US in designating Tuesday, January 18, 2022, as the Day of Racial Healing. This day is a call to action to mobilize communities, organizations, and individuals across PA in support of truth, racial healing, and transformation.

KOFEE is proud to be part of the Kutztown community which is home to these minority-owned businesses:

Asian Cuisine, Chinese & Japanese, 15260 Kutztown Rd.,

Asian Cuisine offers Chinese and Japanese food

Cielito Lindo Mexican Restaurant, 278 W Main St.

Cielito Lindo is a small authentic Mexican food restaurant

City Cuts Barbershop, 126 W Main St.,

City Cuts Barbershop is a community-focused barbershop offering haircuts for all ages and is the home of #booksbykids, a mission to help kids build confidence and become great public speakers one haircut at a time

Donut Lover's Boom, 236 W Main St.,

Donut Lover's Boom is a cafe specializing in fresh, warm donuts and freshly-brewed coffee

Fading Autism Barbershop, 269 W Main St.,

Fading Autism Barbershop is a nonprofit organization that offers free haircuts to children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder

Grab N Go Mart, 230 W Main St.

Grab and Go is a convenience store

La Cocina Mexicana, 107 W Main St.,

La Cocina Mexicana serves up Mexican cuisine

Mend Soul Holistic Arts, 253 W Main St.,

Mend Soul Holistic Arts offers massage, reflexology, craniosacral therapy, reiki and meditation customized to the individual client

New China King Restaurant, 168 W Main St.,

New China King offers a wide variety of authentic Chinese food

Please let us know at if we missed any businesses!

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