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FOOD TRUCKIN’: Street Meat for the Hungry and Impatient

Now, largely due to social networking, new truck design and a sophisticated demand for certain ethnic dishes, food trucks are in, in a big way.

Industry, CA: Best Buy Food Truck Festival SHUT DOWN in Industry

Industry limits businesses to two special event permits per year, according to Associate City Planner Troy Helling.

NYC: Don’t Ticket Me. I’m One of You.

Some cars bore expired permits, others had placards issued by obscure organizations and nongovernmental groups with no official parking privileges in the city.

Styrofoam Dishware Ban Considered In California

Restaurants, food trucks, cafeterias and all other food vendors across the state could banned from serving food in Styrofoam containers under a bill that cleared its first legislative committee earlier this month.

Former Menlo Park Police Chief & Wife Start Food Truck Business

Jensen, a part-time personal chef and caterer, had set her sights on the latest culinary craze -- food trucks that dish up gourmet cuisine.

Mountain View, CA: Considering Changes to Food Truck Regulations

By Diana Samuels | MercuryNews.com Mountain View may look at tightening its laws for food trucks and updating the city's ordinance in the...

Napa Wants To Keep On Truckin’ But Safety Is First

Food Truck Fridays is a victim of its own success. The city of Napa looked like it was playing fun police last week when announcing that the popular monthly event near Oxbow Public Market was being shut down until it could acquire the necessary use permits.

Richmond, CA: Hopes to Rein in Unlicensed Street Food Vendors

The City Council voted this month to place a 45-day moratorium on new permits for mobile vendors, to allow time to flesh out that plan.

Orange County: Food Truck Invasion…. Good or Bad?

Unfortunately, many communities do not support food trucks because they compete against brick and mortar restaurants and generally have lower operating overhead.

Vendor Power’s Illustrated Guide to Street Vending in New York City

The Street Vendor Project developed "Vendor Power," a graphic guide to selling on the streets of New York City.