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sensable snacksEasterseals UCP and Trillium Health Resources are working together with area food banks to help teens and young adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD).  Individuals between the ages of 16-26 will develop employment skills to work on food trucks that serve healthy snacks throughout the communities of New Bern and Ahoskie, North Carolina. 

Check out our booth at the i2i Conference Dec 4-5 in Pinehurst

Employment Opportunities

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Get more information about referring someone with I/DD to work on the food trucks through the Easterseals UCP Transition To Employment program.

Food Truck Sales

  • WHY? Making healthy snack options provides people with the ability to snack and feel good about the choices they make.  These options contribute to promoting a healthier environment and overall wellness.
  • The sensABLE snacks food trucks will have a variety of pre-packaged treats and healthy options for sale including bottled water, soft drinks, juices, milk and coffee; along with baked goods such as muffins, cookies, granola bars, yogurt cups, and uncut fruits.

Locations 

Serving Surrounding Areas of:

New Bern 

1720 Trent Blvd.
New Bern, NC 28560
sensablesnacksnewbern@eastersealsucp.com
Phone: 252-497-3397

For Information on Hosting a Food Truck in New Bern:
Food Truck Manager: Robert Farmer
Robert.Farmer@eastersealsucp.com
252-723-0176

New Bern Program Coordinator: Tracy Wells
Tracy.Wells@eastersealsucp.com
252-675-5965

Ahoskie 

109 Loftin Lane
Ahoskie, NC 27910
sensablesnacksahoskie@eastersealsucp.com

For Information on Hosting a Food Truck in Ahoskie:
Food Truck Manager: Leslie Lawrence
Leslie.Lawrence@eastersealsucp.com
252-395-2404 mobile

Ahoskie Program Coordinator: Ashton Liverman
Ashton.Liverman@eastersealsucp.com
252-370-4858

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