A Nashville grocer’s guide to savoring seasonal fare especially in winter

Thanks to the time-worn trades of preserving and fermenting, along with winter-ready local meats, cheeses and body products, Tennesseans can savor even the chilliest seasons. John Dyke Guest Columnist for The Tennessean Dec 31, 2022     As Nashville’s local grocer for two decades and counting, I think of the year not in months, but… Read more »

Buy $100 in gift cards and get $10 Free!

Looking for those “Black Friday” deals?  ⁠ Now through December 24 for every $100 in gift cards purchased, we will give you an additional $10 gift card for FREE! ⁠ ⁠ Makes a great gift for local friends and family! 🎁 🎄⁠ ⁠ (Minimum increment for this promotion is $25. Must be purchased at the… Read more »

Pre-Order Roasts for the Holidays

Visit our Meat Department counter to pre-order your roast for the holidays! Deadline is November 17th  Choose from succulent options: – Filet Mignon Roast: two pounds of our most lean and tender center-cut tenderloin $29.99/lb – Prime Rib with bone-in: One bone or more, well-marbled and fully flavored $29.99/lb – Boneless Ribeye Roast: Two pounds… Read more »

Pre-Order Your Thanksgiving Feast

Pre-Order Your Turnip Truck Thanksgiving Feast – starting Nov. 1 With a fully cooked turkey and house-made seasonal sides, we have all you need to celebrate!   Stop in and speak to a manager! Order early at the store of your choice to ensure item availability. Please plan for 24-hour turnaround. Turnip Truck stores will be closed… Read more »

Bring Your Reusable Bag – Donate to Edible Education for Kids

Since 2016 Turnip Truck has not used plastic bags at checkout, this year we want to take it a step further and encourage customers to bring in their reusable bags. During July, we will be refunding you .5¢ for every reusable bag you bring in and donate .5¢ to Plant the Seed to grow edible… Read more »

Amazon, Turnip Truck, Preds among winners of Nashville’s LGBT Chamber Awards

by Cindy Murphy Monday, June 6th 2022   NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — The Nashville LGBT Chamber has announced their winners from their 9th annual Pride in Business Awards that took place Friday at Nashville’s Music City Center. Awards were presented to LGBT owned and allied businesses, as well as non-profits, corporate partners, and advocates in the area that are… Read more »

In Charge 2022: Retail

The Nashville Post Names John Dyke one of Nashville’s Top Leaders of 2022. Read the full list here.  The Post states, “The effects of a tumultuous 2020 were still evident in 2021. Now, the region’s business, political and civic leaders are helping bring their organizations into a new era. Those on it embody what it means… Read more »

Turnip Truck Owner Eyes Nashvilles Outer Ring

  Photo for Nashville Business Journal by Martin B. Cherry By Julia Masters  –  Reporter, Nashville Business Journal Apr 27, 2022   The Turnip Truck has been a Nashville favorite since 2001 when John Dyke opened the first store in East Nashville. Last Wednesday, the grocer — which sources from over 80 local vendors — announced its… Read more »

Turnip Truck Will Open New Midtown Location

Nashville’s Local Grocer Bound for 20th Ave and Lyle in 2023 NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 20, 2022) — Turnip Truck, Nashville’s locally owned grocery chain, will open its fourth and largest location in mid-2023 in Vanderbilt’s new graduate and professional student housing development. “We’re thrilled to bring fresh, healthy food to the heart of Nashville on… Read more »

Customers have to be diligent in researching, building relationship with grocery stores – Op Ed by John Dyke

When it comes to shopping for food, everyone has non-negotiables. Now is the time for customers to consider their sources and build relationships with brands they can trust. John Dyke, CEO and founder of Turnip Truck Guest Columnist for The Tennessean 2/28/2022 Grocery shopping is not what it used to be, and that’s a problem… Read more »