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Carthage, MO: Carthage council extends “Food Truck Friday” events

The Carthage City Council on Tuesday approved motions to allow food trucks to operate in Central Park one Friday each month, and advanced on first reading an ordinance to regulate food truck operations there and in other areas of the city.

Ridgefield, CT: Ridgefield seeks opinions on food trucks

Ridgefield is seeking opinions from residents and business owners about the affect food trucks and vendors have on downtown.

Los Angeles, CA: LA Food Trucks – The Dirty Truth

Los Angeles Times analysis found that about 27 percent of food trucks earned lower than A grades in the past two years

Cedar Rapids, IA: Cedar Rapids mobile food vendor rules take big step forward

The Cedar Rapids City Council approved the first reading of a mobile food vendor ordinance with a unanimous vote late Tuesday afternoon. Under the new ordinance, food vendors would need licenses and could not operate trucks between 2:30 and 6:30 in the mornings.

Los Angeles, CA: Nearly 30 percent of Los Angeles food trucks face sanitation problems,...

Experts say food trucks face unique challenges in order to comply with sanitation standards.

Wellington, NZ: Food Truck Regulations Might Help Businesses Work Better

Food trucks offer a good option for a quick bite when you are in a hurry and the mobile food trend is gaining popularity with the New Zealander fast.

Wellington, NZ: Food truck, cafe turf war in Wellington may mean more regulation

The mobile food trend is exploding in New Zealand but a spat between businesses in Wellington has led to a call for more food truck regulation.

Quebec, CAN: Quebec City mayor relents on food trucks, but not until 2017

Régis Labeaume worried about impact on struggling restaurant business

Kansas, MO: Food trucks and carts finding their place downtown for Big 12 Championship

Food trucks and carts are finding their home downtown for the Big 12 Championship this year.

Hartford, CT: Hartford cracks down on food trucks

Aim is to protect city’s aquatic center investment

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