Coastal Bend Bakery shows its love for Ukraine

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Michelle Fredrick, owner of Ben Merite, said 100% of profits will be donated to Ukraine to help the country get back on its feet.

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Local businesses have begun to voice their support for the situation in Ukraine by doing their part to show they stand in solidarity with the country.

A local bakery chose a treat to show they care. Ben Merite owner Michelle Fredrick said she decided to sell Ukraine-themed macaroons at her bakery.

“Proceeds from these macarons will also go to these efforts,” Fredrick said.

She adds that 100% of the proceeds will be donated and she will continue to sell them as the country will need help to recover for some time after the recent attacks.

“Everyone is doing what they can there from what I understand,” Fredrick said. “And I just wanted to do our part to support.”

Another Coastal Bend business announced Tuesday that, in an effort to show solidarity with the people of Ukraine, the Pier 99 restaurant in North Beach has chosen to remove all Russian vodka from its spirits section.

RELATED: Corpus Christi Restaurant Removes Russian Vodka From Spirits Selection

In a social media post, Pier 99 said “our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Ukraine and we pray for a speedy resolution and an end to the assault on their country.”

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