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Google's free food goes mobile

Google's free food goes mobile

A rotating series of 20 trucks with food concepts developed especially for the company will roll out at the Mountain View Googleplex by the end of the year.

Google plans to rotate a specially designed fleet of 20 food trucks at its Googleplex headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. by the end of the year, reports Business Insider (story includes a photo gallery).

The food concepts were developed especially for the company by mobile corporate catering firm The Whole Cart and incorporate such values as responsible sourcing, reasonable portioning and an emphasis on non-meat ingredients.

The concepts developed so far include New York Delhi (fusion of modern New York cuisine and classic Indian), The Farm Box (farm-to-table selections), Bubba Bing (fusion of American Southern and Far East cooking), Old World Delicatessen and Mobile Masala (Indian).

The food will be free, same as the food at the 30 fixed location cafes inside the complex.

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