• Company says mobile grocery trucks could bring new food options to north Tulsa

    By: Mallory Thomas

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    TULSA, Okla. - Honor Capital spoke at a Food Desert Taskforce meeting at Tulsa City Hall Wednesday.

    The group hopes to bring a grocery store and mobile grocery trucks to north Tulsa.

    The mobile grocery trucks would include fresh produce and fresh meat from their local stores.

    Honor Capital is launching the grocery trucks in Kansas first, but the organization has three locations they are working on next in Oklahoma, including Tulsa.


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