What's the difference between plant-based and vegan?
Plant-based refers to eating only fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes and is primarily a nutrition and ethical standpoint. While vegan takes this a step further and refers to eating plant-based but avoiding anything that comes from animals, what they produce, or even products that have been animal tested with.
There is no judgement here at HappyFork. We all started somewhere and believe that there are many factors in choosing a plant-based lifestyle such as health, environmental impact, and animal cruelty. We often find that one leads to the next and it is a process. We're okay with that. The more people we can reach, the better and we're happy you've considered us.
When can I pick up my order?
If you order by Friday, your food will be ready for pick-up on Monday. Our hours for pick up are between 2pm - 6pm.
Note: We're working on getting our retail location up and running so that you can pop by and pickup some tasty items during your work day.
What happens if I don't pick up my order?
Well, well, well. Actually, don't worry about it and send us a note via email or social media and we'll make sure to get you your food. We'd rather you forget to pick up your food than leave your kids at soccer practice trying to make the delivery window (jk, that never happened to us).
What kind of packaging do you use?
We use plant-based container packaging (including the lids and sauce containers). They are compostable at home or if you want us to dispose of them, bring them in washed and we'll take care of them for you.
Can I customize my meals?
While we'd love to accommodate special requests, this would add a considerable amount of time to the meal making process. If you see an ingredient you don't like or have an allergy to, we provide a variety of tastes and styles to choose from instead.
Are you gluten-free?
While we do have meals that contain gluten (such as anything with a whole wheat tortilla wrap), we also have a variety of non-gluten options to choose from. Keep in mind that we make all the meals in the same facility, so there may be some form of contact with gluten.
Do you use nuts?
We do. Some of our sauces and plant-based cheeses contain nuts. All of our meals are all made in the same facility as our non-nut meals may come in contain trace amounts of nuts during the process.
Is it a wrap or is it a burrito?
Let's begin with the basics: a burrito is a traditional Mexican item originating from the state of Guanajuato and appearing first in the 1895 Diccionario de Mexicanismos. The word is derived from the Spanish term "burro" meaning donkey and by adding the diminutive "ito" to a noun refers to the "little" or "baby" version of the object or thing. So what you have there is a little donkey.
A wrap is traditionally a garment that is draped around a person to keep oneself warm. In effect, you can wrap a burrito but you can't burrito a wrap.