Finally! A Locally-Sourced Food Chain on the Highway

Finally! A Locally-Sourced Food Chain on the Highway

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Cambria Bold
Mar 19, 2012
Andrew McDonnell, the 44-year-old founder and C.E.O. of Good to Go Organics in New York City, is opening the very first locally sourced highway rest stop. Finally! Something other than pizza slices or fast food! Good to Go Organics's newest branch will open at the Milford Service Plaza on the northbound side of I-95, right in the midst of its "heavyweight neighbors" McDonald's, Subway, Sbarro and Dunkin' Donuts. According to The New York Times,
The Good to Go spot will offer items that you rarely find in the gastronomic wasteland that is the American highway system: salads with organic mixed greens, dried cranberries, feta cheese and pine nuts; organic sausages and hot dogs; Greek yogurt and granola; and even a "grilled veggie soy dog."
Read More: The Highway Is About To Get a Little Healthier at The New York Times (Image: Good to Go Organics)
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