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Enjoy Dish It Up Sweets at the Whole Foods Market at Callowhill!

Get in the Dish It Up spirit by sampling delicious artisan cupcakes at the Whole Foods Market at Callowhill!

Each year, Dish It Up – the city’s only cooking competition bringing together top females chefs from across the city – features three pastry chefs who prepare sumptuous, decadent cupcakes to contend for the Purple Cupcake Award. These treats are decorated with purple elements – the official color representing the movement to end domestic violence.

Thanks to Whole Foods at Callowhill, you can now get a preview of what’s to come all March long! Visit the bakery section of the Callowhill Whole Foods for delectable Strawberry Custard Cupcakes, decorated in purple in anticipation of Dish It Up. These delicious cupcakes sell for just $2.99.

For each cupcake you savor, Whole Foods will forward a dollar of the proceeds to support Women Against Abuse services for survivors of domestic violence. Eating cupcakes has never been so guilt-free!

This special runs from March 1st to the 26th, the day before Dish It Up, so be sure to stop by before it ends.

Cupcakes for a Cause
Whole Foods Market at Callowhill
2001 Pennsylvania Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Hours: 8 AM to 10 PM daily

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