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Eco-Friendly Veg Food Truck

GMonkey Mobile offers up vegan food in a planet-friendly way.

Vegan food trucks are all the rage, and Connecticut’s GMonkey Mobile is taking it one step further by being eco-friendly to boot. The black truck runs on bio-diesel and solar power, and GMonkey only uses compostable packaging when serving dishes to hungry diners. Some of GMonkey’s ever-changing offerings include mock chicken salad, gluten-free sweet potato fries, a cinnamon and chocolate shake, and raw pineapple doughnut holes. Owned by award-winning chef Mark Shadle and his wife Amy Beach Shadle, GMonkey is currently serves up fare all around the state of Connecticut.

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