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By Ella Mitchell, Staff Writer • April 22, 2024

CapMac pasta, wings to be sold at FoBoGro

A favorite campus food truck will be moving from the streets to the shelves when CapMac begins selling their products at FoBoGro tonight.

CapMac, a food truck that regularly parks on H Street during lunch time, launched a catering company called Crafted by CapMac last month and is now partnering with FoBoGro to sell their macaroni and cheese and new chicken wings.

The company will offer Classic Mac n’ Cheese, Buffalo Mac n’ Cheese and a seasonal flavor in store as well as chicken wings from the Crafted by CapMac menu. The dishes will be on shelves in the grocery store section of FoBoGro and will be served in microwavable containers for students to prepare in residence halls, Josh Warner, the owner and chef of CapMac and Crafted by CapMac, said.

Warner said chicken wings “pair perfectly” with CapMac’s macaroni and cheese flavors and beer already sold at FoBoGro.

“It’s perfect for students because if they miss the truck because they have class or other activities they can head over to FoBo and get something that’s still our quality product but just a little more convenient,” he said.

The chicken wings come in packages of five to seven and will be available in two flavors – a traditional buffalo topped with gorgonzola cheese and a signature roasted spice rub, Warner said. The wings will also be in microwavable containers but can be prepared on a stovetop or in the oven, he said.

Warner added that the price of the products will be determined by FoBoGro but will likely be “comparable” to the prices charged for dishes from CapMac’s truck.

Crafted by CapMac offers sandwiches, salads, shareable appetizers, desserts and their signature pastas on their lunch menu for events. The company will also roll out an event tent this summer to serve high-quality fair food, like fried food and desserts.

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