Tag: food vendors

City Hall Awards Street Vendor Licenses in Vancouver

The city announced the winners of this year’s 19 new street food vending licenses in a chilly morning downpour behind city hall April 4. The winners will join 17 food vendors who won spots last year in a city lottery.

Kelowna, BC: City Changing Vendor Process

City Council has agreed to remove the `right of first refusal` clause as well as the locked in license fee ($100 per month) in order to develop an expression of interest bid package.

New Vancouver Street Food Vendors To Be Unveiled April 4

Vancouver will announce the newest 19 vendors to its street food program on April 4. They were chosen last week from a list of 52 by a panel of chefs, business people, community activists and food bloggers.


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Camp Pendleton Satisfying Marines’ Hunger Pangs

He’ll typically sell 500 burritos a day at each of his two trailers and one food truck, which average between $1,800 and $2,500 in sales a day.

SF: Gourmet Food Trucks Could Be Coming to Golden Gate Transit’s Larkspur Terminal

Ferry commuters travelling from Larkspur to San Francisco may soon be able to snack on some gourmet food while they wait for their ride to arrive.

Tax Break Trouble for Food Trucks in DC

D.C. food trucks are actually not required to collect sales tax, giving them a tangible edge over their brick-and-mortar competitors.

Jacksonville, FL: Mobile Food Pods & Downtown Revitalization

The pods become happening places where people gather for a bite. This increase in social gathering gives the neighborhood a sense of community.

Atlanta: Urban Picnic at Sweet Auburn Market, March 12

The first Urban Picnic of 2011 will take place at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market on Saturday, March 12, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with food trucks and street food vendors offering samples of their new culinary treats.

City Can’t Give Out Street Food Permits Fast Enough

The City recently handed out 36 permits for new street food carts around the city. It's a highly-orchestrated process, with vendors only allowed to set up shop in areas where they will not compete with existing restaurants.