When we talk about food at The Town Kitchen, we tend to gravitate toward three topics - 1. Supporting women and minority entrepreneurs in the local food ecosystem 2. Providing healthy, chef designed, youth crafted meals to our clients 3. Utilizing the amazing variety of fruits and vegetables found locally here in California.
We are so fortunate to be in such close proximity to the Central Valley and Salinas, two of the largest produce growing regions in the country. Our current supply chain allows us to access seasonal ingredients via our distribution partners in the Bay Area, but as our company grows and evolves, we are committed to taking a step further up the supply chain to develop relationships with local farmers to purchase direct.
Not only would these relationships provide opportunity for our team to broaden their perspective on where food comes from and how it’s harvested, but it also would put more of our dollars directly into the growers’ pockets.
Our recent menu update (if you haven’t checked it out, here’s a link), not only has a significant increase in variety week to week, it also will allow us to plan our purchases for the quarter, rather than reacting week to week. We hope this can open the door to connecting with more local farmers to utilize more of their products at the peak of season. This translates into a better experience for the customer as well as a more impactful purchasing policy for The Town Kitchen.
If you know of any local farmers that would be interested in TTK, or if you just want to see your favorite produce item on our menu, please feel free to reach out to email@example.com