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Cleveland, OH: It’s Walnut Wednesday – Nominate your favorite food truck for Best Food...

We want to know your favorite food trucks across Northeast Ohio. Is there one particular truck you look for?

Bethlehem, PA: Who’s got the better food trucks – New Jersey or Pennsylvania?

By Dino Flammia  |  NJ1015.com It’s New Jersey vs. Pennsylvania. Eight food trucks from each state will face off for several hours on Saturday to determine...

Atlantic City, NJ: Food trucks to invade Atlantic City’s Bass Pro Shops Outpost

Food truck festivals have become popular events throughout New Jersey, and the Bass Pro Shops Outpost in Atlantic City is not being left out.

Tulsa, OK: Tulsa’s first food truck park reopens today

Tulsa’s first permanent food truck court is reopening with a new name and more planned activities.

Savannah, GA: Food trucks equal a win for Savannah

This Sunday’s first true Food Truck Festival at Emmet Park in downtown Savannah is going to be our first peek at what these rolling kitchens will be like when they are all lined up in one spot. I’m told there could be anywhere between 15 and 20 trucks, with all kinds of different food options you can eat and like.

Baltimore, MD: Howard mobile food market deepens roots as it enters third season

Roving Radish helps find "new markets" for farmers as it bridges farm-table gap.

Buffalo, NY: Cheesecake food truck offers unique menu to Buffalo residents

Schelter makes a variety of cheesecakes including his Raspberry Beret and Ninja Turtle flavors, the latter containing chocolate, caramel and crushed pecans.

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

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.

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