NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Furthering his mission of bringing the finest farm-fresh food to Nashville, Turnip Truck founder and owner John Dyke will open his third full-service natural grocery store at 5001 Charlotte Ave., Friday, March 27, at 10 a.m. “Two weeks ago, much of the equipment for this store was destroyed by the tornado,” Dyke… Read more »
Author: D Brown
With the increased need for groceries and other household items due to COVID-19, the Turnip Truck is proceeding with plans to open its third location.
Turnip Truck owner and founder John Dyke announced the full-service natural grocery store will open at 10 a.m Friday at 5001 Charlotte Ave.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — Locally owned natural foods grocery store Turnip Truck is opening a third location in Nashville. Owner John Dyke says against all odds after losing much in the March 3 tornadoes, the new store is opening at 10 a.m. Friday at 5001 Charlotte Avenue. Read more at FOX17
Nashville-area grocery stores — unlike so many other now-shuttered businesses throughout the city — continue to operate. But those operations have assumed a decidedly different approach and vibe compared to the business-as-usual period prior to the COVID-19 outbreak. The signs are obvious: Customers and store employees wearing germ-repellent gloves and masks, aisles and shelving having… Read more »
From Nashville Business Journal — May 26, 2015 The Turnip Truck, Nashville’s homegrown natural and organic grocer, has beefed up its leadership team as it looks to open a new store in East Nashville. The company has hired two C-suite level executives to help manage the company’s growth, according to a press release. Last year,… Read more »
From The Tennessean — April 16, 2015 Grocery shopping options on Nashville’s east side are set to expand this year when Turnip Truck opens a store four times the size of its existing market. Construction started last week on the new all-natural market at 701 Woodland St. Slated for a fall opening, the new Turnip… Read more »
Nashville-based grocer Turnip Truck is working to make organic food more accessible to consumers. The 14-year-old company, which has stores in The Gulch and East Nashville and is building a much larger store on the east side, announced Wednesday that its stores now stock more than 100 “value-priced” Field Day grocery items, from olive oil to… Read more »