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About Us

At Fork & Greens, our goal is to bring our healthy and delicious flavors of plant-based foods to our local communities. Creating a healthier alternative for street food.
Our food is responsibly sourced & naturally grown.
Everything we prepare starts as real, whole food & we focus on the best, freshest available.
Come get #Forkified today!

We’ll cater any size party

Private Parties | Weddings | Corporate Lunches | Festivals & Events | Bars & Breweries

100% PLANT-BASED

BOWLS + BURGERS + BRATS
We are open Tue – Fri from 11:00am to 8:00pm and Sat from 12:00pm to 6:00pm.

Warning: May cause you to fall in love with eating plants.

FAQ's

What is a whole-food, plant-based diet?

A whole-foods, plant-based diet is based on the following principles:

  • Whole food describes natural foods that are not heavily processed. That means whole, unrefined, or minimally refined ingredients.
  • Plant-based means food that comes from plants and doesn’t contain animal ingredients such as meat, milk, eggs, or honey.

A whole-foods, plant-based diet lets you meet your nutritional needs by only eating natural, minimally-processed foods where none of the ingredients come from animals.

What is the difference between Vegan and Whole-Foods, Plant-Based?

As most probably know, a vegan diet totally removes all animal products, yet still can consist of processed foods like potato chips, Oreos, fried foods, etc. in their diet.

A whole-foods, plant-based diet removes animal products as well, but also consists of whole, unrefined or minimally refined plant foods and excludes or minimizes meat, dairy products, eggs, and highly refined foods such as bleached flour, refined sugar, and oil. A person eating this way will eat mainly fruits, vegetables (including tubers and starchy vegetables), whole grains, and legumes.

The “whole-food” part of “whole-food, plant-based” has become increasingly relevant, as highly processed vegan foods have become more widely available, making it possible to eat a vegan diet while eating very few whole plant foods.

Vegan, vegetarian, plant-based have been terms used quite awhile recently and all have their own benefits and merits, but we just encourage everyone to find their own way to incorporate one or all to improve their lives and become healthier humans.

What foods & categories do we serve?

      • Fruits: pineapples
      • Vegetables: peppers, avocados, lettuce, spinach, kale, etc.
      • Tubers: root vegetables like sweet potatoes, carrots
      • Whole grains: quinoa, brown rice
      • Legumes: black beans
      • Plant-Based “Meats”: plant-based patties, tofu

Do plants have protein?

Absolutely they do! Unfortunately, most people are still under the illusion that you need animal protein if you want to be strong and healthy.

The average recommended intake of protein is 42 grams a day. Non-vegetarians eat way more than that (almost 80 grams), but so does everyone else. Vegetarians and vegans actually average 70 percent more protein than they need every day (over 70 grams).

So don’t worry about that steak, milk, or eggs. Source your protein needs from healthy plant-based sources!

Conclusion: Plants have the protein you need!

Why a plant-based, healthy food truck?

We realized that the majority of food trucks around the area are usually fried foods or foods that you would normally expect from a food truck. Easy, processed, fried foods. We wanted to not just fill a void, but to truly help change the lives of our local communities.

We want to provide a healthier option that delivers the same powerful flavorful tastes you would expect from a traditional restaurant.

We wanted to help our communities stay healthy whether they are on-the-go or on a lunch break or at an festival or strolling through a park with their kids. So, we started a plant-based food truck!

How do we find you?

We will post our truck location daily and you can also bookmark our “Truck Locator” page to know where we will always be!

Can I order online?

Absolutely! You can place your order online here —> Online Ordering for immediate pick-up or at a scheduled pick-up time. We are also delivering through DoorDash, so order here through them –> DoorDash Delivery

Your order will be sent right to our truck and you can pickup at our location unless you selected delivery, in which it’ll be delivered via DoorDash.

*** PLEASE double-check where our truck is located that day prior to placing your online order. Truck Locator is here.

We accept cash and all major credit cards, including Apple Pay & Google Pay.

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