Resnick Center for Food Law & Policy

Kim Kessler’s radio show “Eating Matters” – Episode 23 aired on March 19th on Heritage Radio Network

March 19, 2015 – Kim Kessler, Policy and Special Programs Director of the Resnick Program for Food Law and Policy, aired the twenty-third episode of “Eating Matters,” on Heritage Radio Network titled “The Non-Profit Food Truck That Could.” In this episode, Kim and guest co-host Chef Evan Hanczor welcome guests Jordyn Lexton, Fredrick Coleman, and Matt Geller. Jordyn is the founder of the Snowday Food Truck and Drive Change, which operates in NYC to run locally sourced food trucks that hire, teach and empower formerly incarcerated youth while Fredrick is the Drive Change/Snowday liaison. Matt is the CEO of the SoCal Mobile Food Vendors' Association. The group chats about Jordyn's background in the criminal justice sector and how she became involved in the food truck realm, plus what she and Fredrick believe customers take away from their unique food trucks. After the break, Matt shares the regulations and technicalities of running food trucks and explains how food trucks are important entities in the restaurant and food industries.

Listen to Episode 23