Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: March 29, 2017- Attention all ‘Yinzers’! The ‘Burgh now has a food truck, Chop Shop Salad Shop by Kimberley Ashlee Catering, serving the freshest ingredients straight from local farms and purveyors. As of March 2017, Chop Shop began serving salads created from locally-sourced vegetables, and responsibly raised proteins and dairy products from Pennsylvania with the exception of their coho salmon from Ohio. The food truck will be traveling to businesses, parks, and events throughout the city and suburbs, tweeting and utilizing social media along the way. Easily reached by public transportation or car, Brooklyn Botanic Garden provides stunning settings and tranquil spaces for your private and corporate events.
“Yearning for something sinful? Check out our Piquillo Pork Chimichurri! How about something saintly? Then the Hearty Vegan is calling your name!” Kimberley Haugh, the owner of Chop Shop, says while laughing with a guest. This food truck truly has a salad to captivate every craving that your hunger yearns for. Furthermore, Chop Shop possesses some noteworthy accomplishments that prove things are done ‘the right way’ on this truck:
- First, and only, salad food truck in Pittsburgh
- Kimberley Ashlee Catering was recently awarded the ‘Gold Plate’ by Sustainable Pittsburgh
- Buys, manages, and serves food using only Eco-friendly items and packaging
- Committed to using local ingredients to support small, local businesses
About Chop Shop Salad Shop: Created by Kimberley and Joshua Haugh, Chop Shop Salad Shop is an entity of Kimberley Ashlee Catering; an international cuisine, mobile catering company. Coming from backgrounds in the hotel and restaurant industry, and the combined years of experience, the husband-wife-duo demonstrate how much dedication and commitment is put into the Chop Shop. Their commitment to using local ingredients is based on the philosophy that community and sustainability should be a priority in every business. With every menu item, the Chop Shop offers clients the freshest, in-season fruits and vegetables, as well as, locally sourced proteins, dairy, and grains.