A New Option for Organic Eaters Found in Nashville

Nashville residents are excited about the new organic option that’s coming to the area, The Turnip Truck. Here is a look at the situation with The Turnip Truck and what you can expect in 2015.

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A New Option for Organic Eaters Found in Nashville

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Saturday, December 20th, 2014 at 9:52am.

Organic Food

Nashville residents are excited about the new organic option that’s coming to the area, The Turnip Truck. It’s going to be located on Woodland Street in Nashville and it’s going to be a great new option for those looking for a healthier option for their next meal.

The store will include a hot food bar, a salad bar and even a seafood bar. The natural market is set to open next summer as construction will start soon. Here is a look at the situation with The Turnip Truck and what you can expect in 2015.

About The Turnip Truck

The Turnip Truck was founded by John Dyke when he thought of the idea back in 2001. The store is a natural market that features a hot food bar, seafood, a salad bar and many other options. It’s going to be a place where the community, producers and local farms can meet and get their healthy products out there.

What to Expect

The store will be located at 705 Woodland Street in place of the old market that was located on Woodland Street. It will be 9,000 square feet larger than the old market which means it will have plenty of room to shop for everything you need.

This is exciting for Nashville because the first Turnip Truck came to the area in 2010 in the Gulch area. The new location will allow more people easier access closer to home. Construction is planned for January 2015 with the hopes that it will open in the summer of 2015. It’s going to be around 12,000 square feet large. Expect to see a brick building with large glass windows. They will feature seating overlooking East Park.

Since 2001 this company has helped Nashville increase its fresh and organic food economy. The store is going to feature a huge selection of groceries and produce, meat and seafood stations, a larger juice bar, a hot food bar and baked goods, a salad bar and even beer and wine. There will be more parking as well. There are talks of creating an area for hydroponic growing of produce.

This grocery store will be one in which you can feel like you’re right at home rather than rushing through to check out and leave. This is going to be a great addition to Nashville. 

 

Gary Ashton

The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

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