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Green Seed Vegan Kickstarter

Houston’s first vegan food truck to move to restaurant location.

Green Seed Vegan, a food truck based in Houston, TX hopes to move into a brick-and-mortar restaurant location by March. The on-the-move eatery offers healthy options such as Tosh, maple-jerk tempeh panini with grilled plantains, spinach, and jerk aioli; hand-cut dill fries; and a lengthy selection of fresh juices and green smoothies. Moving into a permanent location will allow Green Seed Vegan to stay open longer hours and expand its menu offerings. GSV plans to give the building it moves into a green renovation, and is raising funds for the move and operating costs via a Kickstarter campaign

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