“Reverse” Food Truck Accepts Donations in Duluth

Donations Go to Food Shelves

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There’s a new food truck in Duluth, but this one is a little different.

The “Reverse Food Truck” isn’t serving up delicious finger foods, it’s accepting food donations.

It’s a partnership of Thrivent Financial and Finnegans Brew Company from the Twin Cities.

The Reverse Food Truck is accepting non-perishable food and monetary donations – food donations will go to Chum Food Shelf, and the money donations will go to purchasing healthy fresh foods.

“Food trucks are all the rage and the new big thing,” explains Tricia Tappe from Thrivent. “So we decided to capitalize on that and do something a little different.”

The Reverse Food Truck will be parked outside of Carmody in Duluth from 5:00 – 9:00 p.m. Thursday.

It will be at Dubh Linn from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. on Friday night, and will be parked outside Finnegan’s booth at the All Pints North festival all day on Saturday.

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