Fans of Amy's Kitchen – a well-known vegetarian frozen food chain – will be pleased to know that the company is planning on opening the world's first all-vegetarian drive-thru later this month.
"Everybody said we couldn't do it," said Andy Berliner, Amy's Kitchen co-founder. "But we set up a test kitchen in our warehouse space and did it. We learned how to do it from scratch very quickly."
Such is definitely a sign of the changing times. Although fast food companies and Pepsi can make fun of health-conscious eaters, the fact-of-the-matter is that making 'food one's medicine' is a priority all people need to take more seriously.
The menu for the drive thru will include gluten and dairy-free meals like tortillas, pizzas (in a rice or wheat crust), and burgers, all vegetarian and all cooked to order with fresh ingredients. Their first
location – as one can only assume this will take off in be in high demand elsewhere – will be located in Rohnert Park, California near the company's Petaluma headquarters.