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 Adds C-Suite Positions to Manage Growth

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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 »

Turnip Truck Starts Work on Bigger East Nashville Home

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 »

Turnip Truck Adds Budget-Friendly Organic Groceries

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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 »