Food should give life.
I went vegan because my vitals were headed in the wrong direction at age 25. I read Healing with Whole Foods, and I thought I might be able to do something about it with my diet.
As I started to look around, all I saw from vegan restaurants was a processed-first approach.
I figured I could use my MIT education to give the city of Houston something that was higher quality and better tasting.
– Chester Chambers
Nature is king.
No matter how much you dress up what’s on your plate, if it’s origin isn’t pure, you’re selling yourself short.
At Bloom, we are creators. We take what nature gives us, in its pure form, and we treat it with respect.
We’ve never sold soy. We’ve never sold anyone’s burger patty but our own. We use grapeseed oil in our fryer even though it costs 10 times the next alternative because it’s the right thing to do.
Humbly, we are one of the best food producers in the city because we do things the right way.
We started our business in October 2019. I had no background in food service. I was scared to leave my corporate job and go out on my own.
I sold burgers out of a tent for years, through clear skies, extreme heat, pouring rain, and severe wind. I was scared people wouldn’t like my flavors.
We got our food truck in late 2021. We grew the business, making plenty of mistakes along the way. I was scared that people wouldn’t understand our concept.
We have a long way to go to get our food to the people that need it most, but we’re not scared anymore. We know we have something special. We have the confidence to take leaps and figure it out along the way.
If you haven’t tried our food before, I challenge you to do so. You will feel better. If you have tried our food before, I challenge you to invite someone that hasn’t. We all know someone that can benefit from a clean plate of food.
Grow with us.