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Ridgefield, CT: Ridgefield Debates Food Truck Regulations

The Town of Ridgefield is asking residents and restaurant owners to sound-off on food truck regulations in town.

Athens, GA: Athens Food Truck Market hosts movie night

The Athens Food Truck Market, a collection of local food trucks, will extend past its usual food offerings and also show a movie Wednesday night.

Fredericton, NJ: Fredericton food truck owner seeks new rules to expand access

Jack Youssef says the city lags behind others in allowing food trucks, proposes opening up bylaw

Baltimore, MD: Navy Veteran Fights Baltimore Rules Restricting Where He Can Park His Food...

“Government shouldn’t be playing favorites between businesses, and it shouldn’t be playing favorites and discriminating against people trying to pursue the American dream,”

Lawrence, MA: Food trucks serve up tacos and controversy

A fleet of food trucks rolled into the city last week and opened for business in a courtyard beside City Hall, where they served up tacos and teriyaki and a full plate of controversy over whether they'll be good for traditional downtown restaurants and sandwich shops or siphon off their fair-weather customers.

Lubbock, TX: Food Truck Festival – Find your favorite meal on wheels

By Heidi Toth  |  Lubbock Online Netflix has five seasons of “The Great Food Truck Race,” and if you binge-watch them all you will finish...

Des Moines, IA: Working to sort out rules for food truck locations, hours

The Des Moines City Council wants all food trucks to operate under the same regulations.

Sydney, AUS: Where To Find Australia’s Best Food Trucks

"Food trucks are ever growing in popularity. The quality and variety of food now being produced and served from food trucks is rivaling that of popular restaurants. The mobility of the food trucks is not only a benefit for us the owners, but also the customers who are getting different styles of food pull up to their doorsteps each and every week,"

Hartford, CT: Chicken Is King On Yardbird Food Truck

The "better burger" craze is still going strong in Connecticut, but Eric Stagl thinks it's time for chicken to have its turn in the spotlight.

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