oats and ivy

New bike cart dishes out healthy lunches and snacks

Hurting for healthy lunch options near the office? About to fall prey to the siren call of that Manchu Wok in the PATH yet again? Look for this health food company and their brand-new bike cart to ride in and save the day.

Oats & Ivy hit the road last month, popping up in the Financial District to dole out nutritionist-approved, sustainably-sourced lunches. So far, their menu of from-scratch dishes include nutritious salads (like Mexican bean or beet/arugula) and sweet treats (which are often raw, vegan or paleo). Next week, they'll roll out cold-pressed juices, smoothies and nut milks.

The company has big plans past the humble bike cart: August will see the launch of an e-store, where they'll sell their desserts and drinks to a wide audience, and a storefront in the downtown is planned for spring. In the meantime, check out the Oats & Ivy website to find out where they're headed next.

Photo via Oats & Ivy


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