News: FoodCart Delivery and Coupons

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Over the past year, the growth in the number of foodcarts has spawned a different cottage industry – delivery service. While I know some of the foodcarts have worked with Delivered Dish in the past, these new services are offering to bring you your favorite food by bike.

Portland Pedal Power: This overall delivery service by bike is now partnering with many foodcarts downtown to offer delivery service. Next time you have a corporate lunch needing catering, pick a cart and call Pedal Power to bring it to you. Pedal Power can be contacted at 503-764-1415 or info@portlandpedalpower.com

SoupCycle:  Self proclaimed Soupetarians, Jed and Shauna launched this venture out of love for soup and bicycling. Combine the two and you get fresh organic soup delivered to your door. You can also flag them down and buy it right from the bike. They offer up both non-vegetarian and vegetarian soups – $9-10/quart. It may not be soup time here in the heat of summer, but when autumn rolls around, they’re going to the top of my Twitter.  SoupCycle can be contacted at (503) 320-9610 or Yesplease@soupcycle.com.

ForkFly: While this service isn’t specific to foodcarts, they are partnering with some to offer up special deals for their supporters.  ForkFly is a service and Iphone application that allows businesses to offer up coupons on the fly. Instead of carrying around paper coupons or spending Sunday morning clipping, you can just download their application and show the merchant the coupon on your phone. Currently, there are three foodcarts on ForkFly – Rick’s Wild Seafood, Whiffies and Brunchbox.

Have a great week and remember to tell them FoodCartsPortland sent ya.

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