In order to try out new culinary concepts and evaluate collaborations with chefs and supplier partners, Whole Foods Market will open a food truck test kitchen at its flagship store in Austin, Texas. Developed by the retailer’s recently hired VP of culinary and hospitality, Tien Ho, the initial concept will launch March 10 as Tartinette, which will serve open-faced sandwiches and salads from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Whole Foods said it plans to change the concept, menu and name of the ...
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