that produces a limited amount of beer. Exact deﬁnitions vary, but the terms are typically applied to breweries that are much smaller than large-scale corporate breweries and are independently owned. Such breweries are generally characterized by their emphasis on flavor and brewing technique.”
coach, or catering truck is a mobile venue that transports and sells food. Some, including ice cream trucks, sell frozen or prepackaged food; others resemble restaurants on wheels. Some may cater to speciﬁc meals, such as the breakfast truck, lunch truck or lunch wagon, snack truck, kebab trailer (UK), break truck or taco truck.”
Chuck Wagon in 1866. Goodnight and his partner, Oliver Loving made a Trail Drive of 2,000 longhorns from the Fort Belknap area in northern Texas, to Denver Colorado. Goodnight purchased a U.S. Government Wagon and had it completely rebuilt according to his speciﬁcations. The distinguishing feature of the wagon was the sloping box on the rear with hinged lid that lowered to become a cook’s table. The box was ﬁtted to the width of the Wagon and contained shelves and drawers for holding food and utensils. “Chuck” was food to a cowboy. So the Wagon that carried the food became the “Chuck Wagon“.
sustain local food systems worldwide by connecting local farmers and foodmakers. Their online shop offers a wide variety of local products with will be delivered to the doorstep in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New Orleans and Brooklyn.
in Northern California that focuses on ﬁnding new ways of utilizing plants to replace eggs in a variety of different products and a mission to bring healthier and more affordable food to everyone, everywhere. CEO/Founder Josh Tetrick has reported that Hampton Creek Foods is working with six undisclosed Fortune 500 companies.
and Peter Thiel, have provided investment capital and support to make Hampton Creek’s vision a reality. Gates recognized that “meeting the demand for food with animal products isn’t sustainable.” He’s called Hampton Creek’s approach “amazing” and identiﬁed them as one of three companies shaping the future of food.
named “Soylent,” an attempt to replace food entirely with a liquid shake that has all the protein, fat, carbohydrates and micronutrients a human body needs. He claims to have lived exclusively on the stuff for a month. Since then he has started eating real food again, but still gets 92 percent of his meals from Soylent.