Xochi is co-owner of the rainbo street food van, money from which goes to their Food for Freedom initiative, rescuing child labourers in Nepal
In the summer of 2011, Xochi Balfour and her boyfriend Ben Sheinwald quit their office jobs to set up a food van. Travelling around London and the UK, they sell homemade Japanese gyoza dumplings and crunchy, colourful salad from a converted 1948 Ford pickup truck, money from which goes to their Food for Freedom initiative, rescuing child labourers in Nepal.
During the week, they trade at KERB, Street Feast and other one-off markets and events. Full details and blogs can be found on their website.