Eat Good Food to be official food truck for SUNY Adirondack Wilton
SUNY Adirondack invited Eat Good Food to be the official food truck for the Wilton center, where there are 1,000 students plus faculty and staff onsite. These people have lacked food service at this location since it opened.
“They have been eating from two vending machines in the building,” said an Eat Good Food spokesperson.
The campus director contacted Eat Good Food, asking the truck to park at the school off Route 9 and serve the college community as well as surrounding businesses and the public. The food truck will be on campus Monday-Thursday until Nov. 1 or the first blizzard, then it will return in the spring.
Eat Good Food considers the plan a funky, trendy and creative way to get around the cafeteria model.
“We are proud to do it,” the spokesperson said.
Eat Good Food will be onsite Sept. 4 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., serving the returning students a welcome-back-day picnic.
“But we will not be serving any hotdogs, to be sure!” said the spokesperson.