Between now and June 10th, you can help fight to end AIDS by patronizing the good restaurants, bars, and food trucks that have joined the EAT (RED), DRINK (RED), SAVE LIVES campaign.
The trouble with food trucks is that because they don’t have a full kitchen – meaning a space to wash dishes – they rely completely on disposable plates, utensils, cups, and napkins. When you look at the food truck movement as a whole, that’s millions of pounds of waste each year. In Portland, Oregon alone, where they have a thriving food truck scene, diners toss around 60,000 pounds of waste every single month.
A school system finds an innovative way to feed hungry children during the summer.
Looking for tasty, vegan food on the go? Look no further than local food trucks. Check out our food truck list, and if you see something missing, tell us about the vegan food trucks in your area!
Food trucks are popping up all over major cities. Are they sustainable food businesses? The concept of food trucks has been around since the 50’s but the gourmet food truck [ … ]