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New Native Foods

Native Foods opens its sixth location in California just in time for the holidays.

Native Foods, a vegan restaurant, celebrated the opening of its sixth location on Thursday. The Southern California-based chain now has a location in Tustin, in addition to eateries in Aliso Viejo, Costa Mesa, Palm Desert, Palm Springs, and Westwood. Acclaimed vegan chef and Native Foods founder Tanya Petrovna offers fun and creative, organic, vegan fare. Native Foods plans to open 20 restaurants by the end of 2010, with potential locations springing up in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Orange County.

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