Business Roundups: International grocery store opens in Atascocita
Owned and operated by Atascocita resident Sherene Bellinfantie, Bellin’s International Grocery offers Caribbean, Latin American, African and Asian foods for people to enjoy.
Located on 4451 FM 1960 E., the ethnic grocery store opened in July.
“One thing I love about Atascocita is the diversity. You’ll find people from all over the world living here,” Bellinfantie said. “One of the things we noticed is most of the things we want is not readily avaiable and we have to travel into Houston. We thought we would bring it closer those of us who live here and make things readily available.”
Blood bank opens in Humble
BPL Plasma opened a location July 25 in downtown Humble.
Donations are accepted at the blood bank, which is located at 218 1st St., Humble. from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Donors can use the free WiFi while donating.
Plasma is processed into a wide variety of lifesaving therapies that benefit thousands of people every day. Plasma-based therapeutics are used in the treatment of serious disorders such as hemophilia and immune system deficiencies, as well as for victims of shock and burns.
For more information, call 281-713-5578.
Edward Jones reopens after Harvey
After taking on nearly 4 feet of water last fall, Edward Jones Investments Mike Kevlin is reopening its physical location in Kingwood this fall.
The Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce will celebrate the grand reopening and ribbon cutting for the business at 2855 W. Lake Houston Pkwy Ste. 111 in Kingwood on Aug. 9.
“What I love about serving as an Edward Jones financial adviser is that it gives me the opportunity to personally understand the goals and preferences of each person or family that I work with, and help them to achieve what’s most important to them,” Adviser Mike Kevlin said in his biography.
The ribbon cutting will take place at noon.