Whole Foods Market Mobile Kitchen Rolls to Asheville for Pre-opening Appetizer
Food sales Aug. 18 sales benefit Brother Wolf Animal Rescue
WHAT: Whole Foods Market is serving up a taste of its new Asheville store via its Mobile Kitchen. The kitchen will offer a rotating menu of to-go options, highlighting ingredients customers will find in the new store when it opens Aug. 26. A community giving day will kick off the kitchen’s first day of operation Aug. 18, with all sales benefiting local nonprofit Brother Wolf Animal Rescue.
WHEN: Monday, Aug. 18, through Monday, Aug. 25
- Aug. 18: Community giving day benefiting Brother Wolf Animal Rescue
- Operating hours each day are 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
WHERE: 4 South Tunnel Rd.
ABOUT THE WHOLE FOODS MARKET MOBILE KITCHEN:
At the Mobile Kitchen’s core is a former cargo container that once transported commodities to and from Asia. Salvaged from a landfill in Tacoma, Wash., the container was given a new life while retaining its exterior patina. With the addition of hydraulic, power and plumbing systems, the unit now unfolds to reveal a fully functioning kitchen. Inside, team members will prepare and serve menu options that meet the same quality standards you’ll find at Whole Foods Market. Watch this video featuring the Mobile Kitchen.
ABOUT WHOLE FOODS MARKET ASHEVILLE:
Opening its doors Tuesday, Aug. 26, at 9 a.m., the new store will reveal 35,000 square feet and features including the Tunnel Road Tap Haus, an upper-level beer garden.