LOS ANGELES — Gourmet food trucks have long passed the trendy stage and can be found on just about any L.A. street and near sporting events and festivals as well as studio sets of popular T.V. shows like ABC’s “Scandal”:
A new food truck celebrating the U.S. debut of skinnypasta appeared in Los Angeles on Tuesday, June 2. Operated by Canadian-based Gabriella’s Kitchen, the gourmet food truck offered locals free samples of its high protein, non-GMO and gluten-free pasta made on traditional Italian pasta machines.
With more than 600 retailers across Canada, skinnypasta is now available for purchase in Los Angeles at PINK Dot on Sunset Blvd or through the store’s delivery service at www.PINKDot.com.
“With the success of Gabriella’s Kitchen in the Canadian market, we are thrilled to be in Los Angeles where we can further our mission of changing the way the world eats,” said Gabriella’s Kitchen CEO Margot Micallef. “We hope to contribute to the Better-For-You revolution and empower consumers to encourage local retailers to carry healthier options like our nutritious and delicious skinnypasta.”
Gabriella’s Kitchen offers three lines of fresh and frozen, artisan-style pastas: skinnypasta High Protein, skinnypasta Gluten-Free and skinnypasta Superfood.