HOMEGROWN FOOD TRUCK FESTIVAL
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Stephanie Lichtenstein, Marketing
Homegrown Food Truck Festival for Local Produce and Conscious Fare
Celebrating all things fresh and healthy in one Homegrown party
Orlando, FL – (May 2nd, 2013) Homegrown Local Food Cooperative is excited to kick off the summer with fresh, locally sourced fare from Orlando’s finest food trucks. The Co-op is inviting foodies, vegetarians, gluten-free diners, or anyone who simply loves food trucks to support Central Florida’s farmers and artisan chefs and enjoy their conscious cuisine.
The Homegrown Food Truck Festival will be held Thursday, May 2nd, from 6:00 – 9:00 PM. The coop will provide guests a fun, backyard cookout atmosphere, with live music and plenty of seating.
The following vendors will be in attendance:
Curbside Chef, combining a wealth of Global culinary influence and locally grown produce and herbs into a dazzling menu with Vegetarian, Gluten-free, nut and egg free options.
Soup to Nuts, recently burst onto Orlando’s food truck scene, offers soups and grilled sandwiches that can be ordered gluten or dairy-free options.
Local Yolk’l, proud supporters of the city’s local economy. They source cage-free eggs from Lake Meadow Naturals and always use fresh bread and bagels from local bakeries.
Tom Scala, a long-time member of Homegrown Local Food Cooperative, and popular vendor at Audubon Park community market. His smoothies and freshly-squeezed juices are made using only local and organic produce.
All From Scratch Baked Goods, made with love by Kellie Mitchell, apprentice to Chef Silvia of The Travelling Gourmet. Every treat is baked with the best organic, and all-natural ingredients in Orlando. All From Scratch offers brownies, cookies, vegan cupcakes and more.
Guests may find plenty of parking around the corner, behind the Translational Research Institute for Metabolism & Diabetes:
301 E Princeton St Orlando, FL 32804. Please visit www.facebook.com/homegrownlocalfoodcoop for more details.
Satellite Pick-up sites
We are looking to set up a few satellite pick-up sites around Central Florida to help reduce delivery fees and offer better access to local food. Are you interested in hosting a pick-up site? Do you know a school or business that would allow us to distribute orders once or twice a week? Let us know.