'Reverse' food truck helps feed the hungry

Food truck collects donations to help the hungry

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A local food truck is taking a unique approach to providing food on the go.

Finnegans Reverse Food Truck in Minneapolis, Minnesota doesn't actually serve any meals. According to the company's website, the truck hopes to collect perishable items, cash and credit card donations to help those in need. The charitable company hopes to collect $50,000 in food and donations over the course of seven months by riding around Minnesota in a bright green vehicle and collecting items.

Launched by Finnegans beer in partnership with the Emergency Foodshelf Network's Harvest for the Hungry Program, the Reverse Food Truck has already resulted in close to 5,700 pounds of produce being delivered to hungry individuals.

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