Ibsen Martinez

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Meals truck’s fare fits eco-friendly vibe at Jupiter’s Riverbend Park

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JUPITER — Starting a business at the top of the coronavirus pandemic – in foods, no a lot less – appears a daunting job.

Not to Amanda Oswalt and Isaac Hernandez.

Right after COVID-19 wiped out Hernandez’s job, the few took their $30,000 in existence price savings to get and equip a shiny new foodstuff truck. The two previous restaurant servers very last slide opened The Magic Bowls in Riverbend Park, providing balanced foodstuff and espresso Friday by Sunday in the Jupiter natural spot that wraps all over the meandering Loxahatchee River.

“We adore remaining outdoors. We really like wholesome food. Buyers are hiking, kayaking, bicycling below. Children are enjoying. Everybody’s happy,” said Oswalt, keeping their 2-calendar year-previous son, Emilio.

Acai bowls are handheld containers loaded with pulped acai berries and other fruit. Prospects pick toppings these kinds of as granola, seeds, nuts and peanut butter. Acai – pronounced ah-sah-EE – is a purplish berry, loaded with antioxidants, that grows on palm trees in Brazil.