By Contributor | WGGB.com
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (WGGB) — If you are in Northampton around lunchtime, you may notice a small brown car parked on the side of the road. This new, mobile business is called “Chanterelle-To-Go.”
Run by UMass graduate, Lauren Kendzierski and co-owner, Maxwell Reichert, this health food stop is a new hit in the city.
From peanut butter and jelly to salmon with homemade potato bread, mean green salad machine and homemade granola bars, the chefs in this mobile restaurant can fill your brown lunch bag with a fresh meal.
“The menu is based on seasonal, local produce and grains and it really is a healthy fast food option for people at lunchtime,” says Kendzierski.
Taking only two to three minutes to prepare meals for customers, one goal for these owners is to try to make your life a bit easier.
“If it takes you 20 minutes to get your sandwich, then the last 10 minutes you’ll have to gobble it down and run back to work. We hope that you can take the 20 minutes to enjoy your sandwich and relax,” Lauren adds.
After all of the hard work to get their business up and running, they know their passion is what will drive their cart to success.
“It’s really about making food that makes people happy, healthy, and delicious and that gives your soul that kind of glow, Kendzierski says.
The unique food cart changes locations throughout the city each day. If you are in Northampton and would like to grab a bite to eat, you can find out where they are each day on Facebook or visit theirwebsite.