FAIR PARK, TX — Food trucks are the latest on-the-go food trend in Dallas, and now they’re at the State Fair of Texas. Two local food trucks — SlushWorks and Good Karma Kitchen — have teamed up to serve fairgoers from a stationary food truck that will be parked in the Food & Fiber building every day during the State Fair.
They’re the first food truck to ever serve food at the State Fair, and the only one on-site this year.
Good Karma Kitchen is a gluten-free, vegetarian food truck that’s regularly involved with the Fort Worth Food Park. SlushWorks is an all-natural slushie business that uses real sugar and real fruit to make their drinks. Idealogically, the two companies align because of their all-natural mentality, and when offered a space at the fair from the Texas Department of Agriculture’s Go Texan area, they decided to go in together.
“We always talked about doing a mega-truck,” said Rob Vassilakos, one of three partners in SlushWorks who used to work at The Mercury.
While at the State Fair, SlushWorks’ truck will be parked inside the Food & Fiber building, and it will not offer service outside of the fair. Good Karma Kitchen’s truck — not parked at the fair — will still operate on a limited basis. Food from both companies will be served out of SlushWorks’ truck at the State Fair.
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