Tag: eco-friendly news
Philadelphia, PA: There’s no fuming about this food truck – it’s electric.
The future is all about sustainable eating, working and living, and I am committed to walking the walk when it comes to sustainability. This is why a solar-powered GEM El-XD fully electric vehicle serves as the base chassis for the Philly Greens food truck.
Delray, FL: Cub Scouts serve seniors at food truck event
Despite headlines blaring gun violence in schools and other adolescent tragedies, Oriel Cohen said believes there's plenty of good still happening in the world, especially with youths.
Las Vegas, NV: The Mobile Mogul – Oliver Naidas Launches Fifth Food Truck Lobsterfest
After launching his first food truck, Sausagefest, in 2011, and subsequently unleashing Tacofest, Burgerfest and Greekfest grubwagons on the Vegas Valley, Naidas will debut his fifth truck, Lobsterfest, at a home builders’ convention next week.
Grand Junction, CO: Lunch Lizard Food Truck Helps Keep Colorado Kids Fed When School’s...
The Lunch Lizard is wrapped in cartoon-y desert images with big letters proclaiming "Kids Eat Free." Four days a week, the truck visits parks and playgrounds in some of the county's poorest neighborhoods. It brings federally-funded lunches to children who might otherwise go without.
New York, NY: Food Trucks In NYC To Ditch Diesel, Go Solar In Attempt...
The pollution problem is playing out in cities across the United States as four-wheeled kitchens increasingly appear on sidewalks and streets.
Dubai, UAE: Bureau Dubai hosts workshop on how to launch food truck business
The workshop will be headed by Tahir Shah, Managing Director of Moti Roti.
Salt Lake, UT: Food truck vendors congregate in Sugar House for new summer tradition
Parked side by side, a dozen food trucks opened for the first event of the Food Truck League, an organization comprised of about 40 vendors.
New York, NY: New York City Takes Steps Towards Eco-Friendly Street Food
The Big Apple looks to revolutionize its street food vending system with new environmentally friendly food carts.
New York, NY: Palenque Food Truck
Venezuelan arepas have more of a sandwich look to them and are filled with meat, cheese, and vegetables whereas a Colombian arepa is open-faced and topped with the selected ingredients.
National News: Food Trucks Starting To Make Inroads Towards A “Green” Future
Neapolitan Express is the first food truck in NYC that runs on compressed natural gas, which produces almost 75% less greenhouse gas emissions than food trucks that run on gas and diesel. Very nice!