Many truck stops and convenience stores have started carrying healthier food options. It is now common to find items like fresh deli sandwiches, fruit, vegetables, and dairy products in the refrigerated sections of truck-accessible stores throughout North America.
One of the simplest ways to take advantage of this greater selection is to travel with something that allows you to keep food cool while on the road. If your truck has a fridge, then you’re ready to go. But if not, consider a fabric thermal bag.
A small, insulated container like a thermal bag can give you the ability to buy fresh food when it’s convenient and save it for when you want it. Such tools don’t have to be expensive. While it may not be possible to get fresh food every day, an insulated bag can help you stock up on fresh food when it is available so you can enjoy it for the rest of your shift.