On Wednesday, April 17, Trig’s in Minocqua held a ceremony to announce the opening of the High Voltage Food Gallery. Natural, raw and organic foods are freshly prepared by Chef Tony Sanchez at a new counter that was created in the produce department. The High Voltage Food Gallery is offering 40 menu items each day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Customers will be able to watch their selections be prepared as well as “grab and go” healthy snacks and entrees. There will also be beverage and dessert options available.
The menu was designed by health educator Kat Koceja, who also helps run the gallery. On the idea of creating a kiosk, Koceja said “We decided on the name High Voltage because natural foods give your body the exact nutrition it needs to re-energize your day. You can take charge of your healthy lifestyle goals in such an easy way by coming to High Voltage right inside the grocery store and getting fresh foods prepared for you that taste good and celebrate the flavors of the season.”
The High Voltage Food Gallery is one of a number of specialty departments within Trig’s stores that creates exclusive items using unique recipes. For more information, call (715) 356-9456 or click here.