Miyoko’s Creamery is hitting the open road and bringing lots of plant-based cheese and butter along for the ride. Launching its Food Truck Tour this fall, the company will share mouth-watering vegan dishes made with its products with consumers across California, Arizona, and Texas.
“As a brand rooted in craft and compassion, Miyoko’s is on a mission to share culinary-inspired dishes featuring our products with the masses, proving how simple and delicious eating plant-based can be. Our Foodie Truck Tour is one memorable way we’re doing that,” said Miyoko’s Chief Marketing Officer Rusti Porter. “We’re excited for the rest of the world to see what our phenomenally vegan community has known for years—that our cheeses and butter are great for anyone seeking more sustainable gourmet food choices that don’t compromise on delicious taste or quality.”
The Foodie Truck Tour will kick off this month in Sonoma Wine Country, where Miyoko’s Creamery is based, before continuing on to California’s Bay Area, Southern California, and Arizona, before ending in Austin, Texas, in early November. According to a release, Miyoko’s Creamery Foodie Truck will be making its way to community events and festivals such as Smorgasburg Los Angeles and Austin Food & Wine Festival. It will also be making stops at Whole Foods, Sprouts, and other retailers.
At each location it visits, the truck will offer an elevated mobile experience with Sonoma-style yard games, special coupons, and, of course, chef-inspired dishes like cajun street corn and orzo aglio e burro, Margherita pizza, Caprese salad, and much more.
Specific menu items will vary at each stop, and the schedule for the Foodie Truck Tour is as follows:
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