Bone Apétreat’s new food truck, parked in a neighborhood here on the Highlands Ranch, is now roaming the Denver area with snacks for your pup. (Provided by Tiffany Brown)
Some local entrepreneurs started home bakeries during the pandemic, while others turned to grilling burgers or selling buckets of fried chicken.
For Tiffany Brown and her adopted German Shepherd, there seemed another niche in the Denver food market that needed filling. So with peanut butter.
In January, Brown began booking appearances on the Denver Metro for her new “food truck” Bone Apétreat. From the turquoise Sprinter van she sells natural biscuits in human quality with birthday messages, seasonal designs and more playful shapes like the “Pawno Noir” wine bottle.
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She also sells Colorado-made chews and stuffed bones (see Peanut Butter and Pumpkin), and offers free whipped cream puppy cups to furry customers.
Brown comes from a career in marketing and the hospitality industry. But during the pandemic, she and so many others took her quarantine attendants to the streets, sidewalks, and parks.
Owner Tiffany Brown stands by her roving business, Bone Apétreat. The “Food Truck” is a first for Denver and Colorado and serves treats for pets along the way. (Provided by Tiffany Brown)
“While working from home during COVID-19, I thought it was a great idea to start a food truck that not only provides dogs with treats and toys, but also gives people a much-needed break with a walk during their day offers. Said Brown.
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Now Brown can be found parked weekly in Cherry Creek, Littleton, Highlands Ranch, and more neighborhoods. She also plans to attend events this spring, starting with the Cherry Creek Farmers Market.
Residents can also turn to specific stops in the neighborhood. And if the customer needs water, toys or poop bags, Bone Apétreat has them covered too.
Updated March 3rd at 11am The following corrected information has been added to this article: Bone Apétreat was previously spelled incorrectly due to a reporting error.
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