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Porter County, IN: Food Truck Trend Rolls Into Porter County

The food truck phenomenon has allowed creative cuisine to flourish in cities across the U.S. without some of the costs associated with running a restaurant. They’re most often found in big cities, but Northwest Indiana features some notable entries, particularly in Porter County

National News: In A Room Full of the World’s Best Chefs, One Speaks Up...

Speaking at a fine-dining symposium in Copenhagen, Roy Choi talks food insecurity instead of cooking.

Grand Rapids, MI: Mobile Food Trucks and Carts Challenge our Notion of Convenience Food

Lee develops the mobile menu himself, offering seasonally-inspired creations as well as “playful” ones—from nachos, tacos, and sandwiches to breakfast burritos and more. Lee’s mission to “feed the masses not the classes” lends itself to having “fun with food” through his food truck. Look for What The Truck to be out somewhere during ArtPrize.

Knoxville, TN: Food Trucks Raise Concerns Among Knoxville Restaurant Owners

This is the dilemma currently facing local restaurateurs as city officials decide whether food truck vendors should be allowed to set up shop on downtown streets.

Bolingbrook, IL: Bolingbrook Native Returns Home to Start Food Truck Business

I serve a local customer base, so I wanted all the ingredients to be fresh and from the area. I buy the vegetables from markets and farmers, the buns are from nearby bakeries and I butcher all the meat myself.

Calgary, CAN: Behind The Line – Steve Glavicich

From owning a restaurant in Signal Hill years ago to playing in a band and running one of the best food trucks in town, Braizen, Chef Steve Glavicich has been a long-time nomad of our city's food scene.

Northhampton, MA: Keep Northampton’s Cuisine Scene Fresh

The first order of business, completed by the council last week, was to clarify what permits are needed and where food cart operators set up. Wherever they find customers, it is critical vendors be held to the same sanitary and food storage standards as all restaurants.

Grand Rapids, MI: Food Trucks Get A Permanent Home in Grand Rapids

Food trucks have become an important part of downtown life across the country and they offer many advantages over a traditional restaurant apart from being mobile. Paul Lee is co-owner of the Winchester, a brick-and-mortar restaurant as well as What the Truck, a food truck that has been around since 2010.

Calgary, CAN: Calgarians Come Out in Droves to Taste the Trucks

The third Taste the Trucks food truck festival got underway in Calgary on Saturday, with people coming out to sample the tasty treats despite the wet weather.

National News: US Food Truck Sales Expected To Quadruple By 2017

With lower startup costs and less fixed overhead, the barriers to entry are significantly lower for food trucks than for brick-and-mortar restaurants.

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