Turnip Truck Installs Rooftop Beehives 

East Nashville store now home to honeybee population – Bees anticipated to pollinate plants within a three-mile radius NASHVILE, Tenn. – East Nashville gardeners may notice an increase in honeybees this year, thanks to the rooftop hives Turnip Truck has installed at the Woodland Street store. “The bees really epitomize the Turnip Truck spirit, making extremely… Read more »

Turnip Truck Partners With Loaves and Fishes to Feed East Nashville’s Hungry

Store donates organic and natural products to nearby food kitchen East Nashville’s own local and natural foods grocer, Turnip Truck, has partnered wit Loaves and Fishes to meet increasing demand for meals for the area’s hungry and/or homeless population. The store donates past-date but still fresh product to the organization, located blocks away from Turnip… Read more »

THE TENNESSEAN: Nashville $10 Lunch

Nashville $10 lunch: The Turnip Truck “Tabitha Waggoner [The Tennessean], has a tight budget on her time and money. This week, she checks out The Turnip Truck Urban Fare in The Gulch for a filling lunch a la carte.  I didn’t really know what I would find when I visited the Turnip Truck Urban Fare… Read more »

Nashville Business JournaL

Nashville Business Journal featured Robin Fugett’s promotion announcement in March’s “People on the Move” section. http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/potmsearch/detail/submission/6410347/Robin_Fugett?l&time&ind&type&id=2017-03-13&ro=12 Turnip Truck founder and owner John Dyke has promoted Robin Fugett to Store Director of the company’s newly renovated Gulch location. Fugett has been with Turnip Truck since 2015, most recently serving as a Manager on Duty. Fugett previously… Read more »

Turnip Truck Doggie Day on Nashville Life Styles Magazine

Turnip Truck East hosted Doggie Day on its outdoor plaza with proceeds from the event benefiting local nonprofit Pittie in Pink’s work with neglected dogs in the area. Doggie Day featured dog washing, live music, free samples, and giveaways. http://www.nashvillelifestyles.com/partypics/turnip-truck-doggie-day

The Turnip Truck wins the 2016 Retailer of the Year for innovation

INFRA Retailers Sweep Honors at EXPO East At EXPO East 2016, INFRA members made up 75% of the nominees for the four Retailer of the Year awards, and swept the the awards won. Native Sun Natural Foods won for Best New Store, Nature’s Food Patch won for Community Engagement, Alameda Natural Grocery won for Sustainability,… Read more »


The Turnip Truck The people of Nashville love their Publix and Whole Foods, but The Turnip Truck deserves the title of Best Market. The locally owned store has two locations and places a serious emphasis on sourcing locally. Reviewer Jason King said, “This is a nice natural food store with some great ready-to-eat meal options…. Read more »

Our grocery-bag partnership with Sewing Training Academy

Our grocery-bag partnership with Catholic Charities’ Sewing Training Academy, empowering area refugees with job skills A local charity has helped refugees around Nashville learn to sew in hopes of contributing to the city’s manufacturing industry. NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A local charity has helped refugees around Nashville learn to sew in hopes of contributing to the… Read more »

Turnip Truck Throwing a Party to Celebrate Customers in the Gulch

Turnip Truck Throwing a Party to Celebrate Customers in the Gulch Saturday event will feature mobile barbecue team offering chicken and ribs byDANA KOPP FRANKLIN JULY 14, 2016 12:55 A.M. Troy “Fraz” Frassrand (left) and Christi Frassrand of the competition barbecue team Chokin ‘N’ tha Smoke.Since Turnip Truck launched its splashy new store in East… Read more »

Wine sales in grocery stores start in Tennessee

The wine in grocery stores law took effect Friday, and hundreds of retailers across the state started selling wine at 8 a.m. It’s a landmark shift in Tennessee’s alcohol laws that potentially has widespread impact on businesses and consumers. See coverage from earlier today: 3:46 p.m.: Turnip Truck, East Nashville: “Today’s the day,” one customer said while walking… Read more »