Lowcountry Street Grocery now popping up at Meeting Street Eats


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Food truck hub Meeting Street Eats has announced a partnership with Lowcountry Street Grocery (LSG). The mobile farmers market, which offers fresh and local produce to Charlestonians at an affordable price, will now be stationed at Meeting Street Eats Wed.-Fri. from 9 a.m.-6:30 p.m. and Sat. from 12-5 p.m.

Meeting Street Eats, which launched in October, brings in a variety of local food trucks for hungry denizens to peruse — their opening month success allowed them to start offering breakfast and weekend service earlier this month.
[content-1] Now, they’re excited to partner with Lowcountry Street Grocery to offer affordable, local produce. LSG advocates for food equality and sustainability through initiatives which support local farmers and streamlines the process of getting fresh produce to Charleston residents.

When they’re not at Meeting Street Eats, you can find LSG’s fresh fruits and veggies by locating their converted school bus “Nell,” or follow them on Instagram to see where they’ll be popping up.

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