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The Noble Spoon now in vending machines

Council on Aging and Byte Foods are partnering to bring the COA’s The Noble Spoon’s wine-country-inspired entrées to businesses throughout the Bay Area. Byte uses internet-connected kiosks to serve fresh, healthy meals and snacks, to employees 24 hours a day, just steps from their desks. .

Made by dedicated chefs in Council on Aging’s commercial kitchen, The Noble Spoon offers a rotating menu of 10 different entrées that reflect the eclectic variety and local, fresh ingredients characteristic of wine country cuisine. Proceeds from sale of the entrées help support the organization’s Meals on Wheels program, which delivers more than 285,000 meals per year to frail, homebound seniors.

“We are excited about partnering with Byte Foods, who is providing us with an avenue to reach a previously unexplored market with our entrées—employees needing nutritious, convenient lunches or dinners without leaving their workplaces,” said Marrianne McBride, President and CEO of Council on Aging.

“Byte offers healthy corporate food options, oftentimes at no cost to the employer, and our partnership with The Noble Spoon is an exciting one that’s been welcomed as a popular lunch option for many of our customers,” said Megan Mokri, Founder of Byte Foods. “We’re excited to be working with The Noble Spoon because of their focus on local, fresh ingredients and our philanthropic goals of giving back to the community.”

By working with Byte Foods, The Noble Spoon products will be featured at a growing number of Bay Area businesses, including Annie’s, 2K Games, BBDO, WeWork, Butler Stern Silverstein & Partners, and many others. The food options include Blue Bottle Coffee, snacks, salads, sandwiches, cold-pressed juices, wraps, burritos and entrées. With Byte Food’s internet-connected kiosks, employees have convenient access to food 24 hours a day and can purchase items with just a swipe of a credit or debit card.

The Noble Spoon products are also available at a growing number of select local grocery stores. In Sonoma County, they are available at Big John’s Market, Fircrest Market, G&G Supermarkets, Glen Ellen Village Market, Molsberry Market, Pacific Markets, Petaluma Market, Pohley’s Market, Safeway stores in Santa Rosa, Healdsburg and Windsor, and Sonoma Market. In Marin County, they are available at Fairfax Market, Marinwood Market, Red Whale Coffee, and Scotty’s Market.

Click here for more information about The Noble Spoon.

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