When Galaxies Shake and Move

In this issue, a break-in at Outpost Food Park, vendors are moving, one fest celebrates an anniversary, veg spots get shout outs in the media and two restaurants are looking for employees. But first…

It’s election season. The stakes are high and the challenges to vote are great. Check out TexasMonthly’s “How to Make Sure Your Vote Counts This November.”

Veg News

Bruja’s Brew Kombucha and Sassy’s Vegetarian Soul Food were broken into.

Rolls Rice Forever announces plans to move out of state.

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Well y’all, we’ve come full circle. This pic was taken exactly a year ago on our very first delivery day. Now, with hearts full of gratitude for each and every one of you who has supported us through the past year, we are announcing that we are packing up our food processor and 7,000 packages of spring roll paper and moving to Michigan. It’s been a tough and long decision to make, but we’re really excited about this move. We hope to start a version of Rolls Rice up there, perhaps more focused on getting our sauces into stores. We love y’all so much and it’s hard to think about leaving your support, especially in these crazy times! Don’t worry, though, we will still be rolling rolls and souping soups until we go! We’re not completely sure about our move date, but most likely our final Rolls Rice deliveries will be the first or second weekend of October. That being said, orders are open!! Get those springies while you can! ❤️ . 🌺 SPRING ROLLS 🌺 (all ingredients included in every roll) JBG Golden Beets and Cucumbers, Local Microgreens, Sesame Tofu, Rice Vermicelli, Garden Herbs, and Roasted Peanuts . 🌺 SOUP 🌺 Sweet Potato Coconut Lime . 🌺 RICE BOWLS 🌺 (all ingredients included in every bowl) Forbidden Rice, JBG Red Beets and Pattypan Squash, Arugula, Red Wine Vinaigrette . . . . #rollsrice #springrolls #ricebowls #ricerolls #atx #lockhart

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On the brighter side…

Milky Way Shakes is moving! Also, stay tuned for a reopening date.

VEGANCHILL Fest celebrates its one-year anniversary.

The Texas Farmer’s Market is back at its old location.

Veg in the Media

Summer Anne Burton asks, “Is Going Vegan the Next Big Thing for Post-COVID America?” in Austin Monthly with shout outs to The Vegan Nom, Rebel Cheese and Sweet Ritual.

Austin 360 highlights Nom Burgers in “Vegan ‘junk food’ truck Nom Burgers opens in east Austin.”

Veg Jobs

Arlo’s is seeking food truck staff. Full- and part-time positions are available.

Juiceland is looking for some teammates.

Not Austin but…

According to The Beet., “The International Vegan Film Festival Goes Virtual For the First Time.” The third annual festival, taking place between October 14 and October 17, will showcase digital screenings, panels, filmmaker Q&As and more.

Thanks for reading this week’s newsletter. We’ll see you next week.

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