Repurposed buses bringing groceries to under-served neighborhoods isn't new: for more inspiration, check out Boston's Fresh Truck and Chicago's Fresh Moves, which both focus on fruit and vegetables, and the Twin Cities Mobile Market. And supermarkets on wheels were once a familiar sight in the Netherlands (remaining trucks mainly serve rural areas and saw a jump in sales during pandemic lockdowns).
With their specific focus on zero waste, bulk food buses like Skhaftin, Vrac'ment Bon in Belgium and the Bulk Food Truck in L.A. (coming soon!) should do well in other countries, too, attracting consumers on a budget as well as those looking to reduce their packaging footprint.
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