Molly Ritzo, 37, is using a borrowed food truck as a stepping stone to a larger business plan – bringing farm products from western Maine, where she has a family home, to southern Maine.

Ritzo had been working at Saltwater Grille in South Portland before launching her food truck, which is parked permanently on the hill at Jones Landing on Peaks Island. She sells breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, and does the food for every reggae Sunday. “Everything is as homecooked as possible,” she said. “We make our own chicken fingers.”

Ritzo plans to open a second truck at the Smith Farm on Route 100 in Falmouth in September. She will sell and showcase produce, meats, pickles, honey and baked goods from farmers in the western Maine mountain regions. The Falmouth venture will be year-round, but she plans to continue running the Peaks Island truck in summer.

WHAT SHE SELLS: Cinnamon buns, breakfast subs, grab-and-go sandwiches, fish chowder, sirloin burgers, tacos.

HOW MUCH: Lobster roll costs $16.99; fish tacos are $10.50 for two.

CUSTOMER FAVORITE: Lobster rolls and fish tacos made with pollock, lemon and lime juice, spicy peppers, cabbage and a sriracha aioli.

HOW TO FIND HER: Always at Jones Landing on Peaks Island. For updates, check Facebook.