NORTHAMPTON, MA (WGGB/WSHM) -- Holyoke Hummus has had to make some tough changes during the pandemic. The local restaurant now offering meals for residents on-the-go.

The restaurant celebrated its four years in Massachusetts this month but said the cost of operations during COVID-19 was too high. So they got to thinking...

"After several months. It proved to be more profitable to move the truck here," said an employee at Holyoke Hummus, Daniel Battat. "We're seeing more sales. We're selling more food."

The owners said being on wheels offers the safest socially distancing options for their customers.

The food truck can be found on Pleasant Street in Northampton from Wednesday through Saturday from 12 p.m. until 7 p.m.

They told Western Mass News they are also offering delivery.

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