In March, Berglund and Finnegans unveiled a “reverse food truck.” Instead of giving food out, the truck takes food donations that can be used to feed the hungry.
Head to downtown Minneapolis or other Twin Cities locations during the summer, and you’re sure to find a food truck offering something you’re craving. Now the Minneapolis-based beer company Finnegans, which donates 100 percent of its profits to charity, is taking the food truck phenomenon and spinning it on its head.
This food truck will not be giving out food, instead they will be taking food donations and cash to help fight hunger.
March 2014 VIDEO here: http://www.frequency.com/video/finnegans-reverse-food-truck/156506281/-/5-186
Keep an eye out for a green food truck; Finnegans Beer is collecting food for local food shelves. Their reverse food truck has been out and about all weekend long.