Turnip Truck donates van full of local produce to Nashville Food Project Nashville Tennessean Carmel Kookogey, June 8, 2020 The Turnip Truck grocery store in West Nashville donated a van full of fresh produce to The Nashville Food Project on June 1. (Photo: Z Nelson) To celebrate opening its third location in West Nashville, the Turnip Truck donated… Read more »
Turnip Truck Teams Up With Nashville Food Project to Help Feed Those in Need Local grocery store donates fresh seasonal produce for community meals The Nashville Scene CHRIS CHAMBERLAIN JUN 8, 2020 7 AM It would be easy for The Turnip Truck to hunker down in the midst of these difficult times. The Nashville chainlet of… Read more »
Essential Business – A Business Journals Special Report: Small Business, Big Mission Neither a tornado nor the COVID-19 pandemic could derail the Turnip Truck’s expansion plans Nashville Business Journal By Marq Burnett May 27, 2020, 10:58pm EDT During the first five years, John Dyke exhausted every ounce of energy and used every penny he had…. Read more »
The Local Business That Could: Meet The Turnip Truck’s John Dyke Styleblueprint by Ashley Haugen Ashley is StyleBlueprint’s Editorial Director. She loves storytelling and the opportunity to explore the South via the content on StyleBlueprint. John Dyke opened the first Turnip Truck store back in 2001 in East Nashville. Since then, the business has expanded to now… Read more »
Fight for survival: Buckling down to stock the shelves Nashville Business Journal John Dyke, owner and founder of The Turnip Truck, opened a new grocery store a week after the entire nation was essentially shutdown during the pandemic. By Marq Burnett – Reporter, Nashville Business Journal May 1, 2020, 7:05am EDT To better understand the scope of the… Read more »
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Furthering his mission of bringing the finest farm-fresh food to Nashville, Turnip Truck founder and owner John Dyke will open his third full-service natural grocery store at 5001 Charlotte Ave., Friday, March 27, at 10 a.m. “Two weeks ago, much of the equipment for this store was destroyed by the tornado,” Dyke… Read more »
With the increased need for groceries and other household items due to COVID-19, the Turnip Truck is proceeding with plans to open its third location.
Turnip Truck owner and founder John Dyke announced the full-service natural grocery store will open at 10 a.m Friday at 5001 Charlotte Ave.
‘People need food, so I come to work’: Tennessee grocery workers keeping shelves stocked Sandy Mazza, Nashville Tennessean Published 10:04 a.m. CT March 24, 2020 The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a pandemic. Reported illnesses range from very mild to severe, including death. Agencies anticipate widespread transmission will occur in the U.S. in coming months and recommend… Read more »
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — Locally owned natural foods grocery store Turnip Truck is opening a third location in Nashville. Owner John Dyke says against all odds after losing much in the March 3 tornadoes, the new store is opening at 10 a.m. Friday at 5001 Charlotte Avenue. Read more at FOX17
Friends, due to the City and Federal call to action regarding COVID19 virus, and in order to take every precaution we can, we are CLOSING OUR HOT AND COLD BARS at both stores until further notice. Instead, we will make pack-outs of many of those items to provide our customers with access to salad items… Read more »