Cassandria Campbell and Jackson Renshaw wanted to ensure residents in all Boston, MA neighborhoods, including those in disadvantaged areas, had access to healthy, high-quality food. The best way to achieve this goal? A farm to plate food truck, of course. The pair don’t just support their city by providing everyone with great food, however. They employ young people from the communities where they work, helping create a new generation of entrepreneurs. If Fresh Food Generation’s ethics aren’t enough to make you want to eat there, know this – the food’s great too, so it’s an all-around win.
The menu sports Latin American and Caribbean-inspired dishes, all made from locally-sourced ingredients to ensure the freshest possible taste. You can choose a main course in the form of a full-bodied plate of jerk chicken or some warm, comforting red bean stew. Then, toss on a side. Potatoes seasoned in an aromatic mix of herbs? What about the mild sweet deliciousness of some fried plantains? Yes, please. If all this isn’t enough to entice you, maybe this will: they cater. So, book Fresh Food Generation for your next event. Not only will you be giving guests top-tier cuisine, you’ll be supporting your community.
Chipotle Chicken — Succulent chicken slathered in a fiery chipotle marinade.