Green Cart Deli, the recently opened mobile cart restaurant, not only provides exotic meals but also exhibits a line up of excellent ‘green’ features that make it different. The eatery opened by Brad Kossover uses a solar powered cart and serves food on renewable, recyclable, biodegradable or compostable materials only.
Most of its utensils, bowls and straws are made from cornstarch and soya products. It is hoped that this cart will help eliminate the carbon footprint at least during the lunch-time commute. Though a mobile restaurant, it has certain permanent locations like Walgreen, Oak and Harkrider or College and Salem, or the Conway Commons.
It opens at 11 a.m and announces its location through Facebook and Twitter each morning.
This initiative by the eatery also aims to educate people on the importance of being environmentally-friendly. The founder Kossover hopes that the customers enjoy the food and convenience of the Green Cart Deli. At the same time, he also wants residents to realize that anyone can be environmentally-responsible.
The deli enjoys good demand within a short span of time since its opening and offers a variety of hot dogs and toppings including the six different specialty dogs, chips, drinks and brownies at affordable prices.
It also offers all-beef Sabrett frankfurters, coleslaw, Wickles brand pickles, banana peppers rings, okra and green pepper strips. The details regarding menu and special items could be obtained via facebook.