West Sacramento-based Raley’s has partnered with Sacramento food truck operator and chef Brian Stansberry to bring fresh food selections to area consumers.
The Raley’s-Flavor Face partnership announced this week features Raley’s-provided ingredients and products, with a goal of providing food truck devotees with a variety of fresh, seasonal entrees.
Stansberry’s Flavor Face truck has been serving residents in the greater Sacramento region for nearly three years. The chef’s diverse menu, described as “gourmet international fusion,” reflects a wide range of flavors and international tastes.
Raley’s said it hopes to introduce its brand to new audiences, and it plans to have the food truck at various Raley’s-sponsored events throughout the region.
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“The food truck revolution has become the newest convenient dining experience, and Raley’s is eager to be a part of it,” said Dean Owens, Raley’s senior director of food service. “Brian’s culinary background made him a great fit for Raley’s, and together we will share great food throughout Sacramento from the mobile food truck.”
As part of the collaboration, the 20-foot Flavor Face truck’s exterior has been co-branded with Raley’s logos and the tag line, “Rollin’ with Raley’s.”
“This partnership will allow me direct access to a wide variety of fresh, seasonal ingredients, which broadens my creative canvas to create the distinct, flavorful dishes that Flavor Face is known for,” Stansberry said in a statement.
Started in 1935, privately owned Raley’s operates 122 stores in Northern California and Nevada under four banners: Raley’s Supermarkets, Bel Air Markets, Nob Hill Foods and Food Source.