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Houston Vegan Food Truck

Vegan food truck Green Seed Vegan Café & Elixir Bar is featured in The Houston Chronicle.

Green Seed Vegan Café & Elixir Bar, a 100-percent vegan food truck that roams through Houston, Texas, was recently profiled in an article by The Houston Chronicle about successful new businesses. Matti Merrell and Rodney Perry opened Green Seed three months ago and today, the company is growing. Popular menu items include veggie burgers topped with avocado, arugula, tomatoes, cilantro, onion, and green chiles, sweet potato fries, a raw blueberry crumble, and more. The food truck also served its fare at Houston’s first-ever VegFest this past weekend.

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