THE number of city food truck permits will be cut from 50 to 40 under a revised council plan, despite research confirming only a minority are trading on any given day.
The fate of pop-up food vans in the Adelaide CBD looks uncertain amid claims from a city councillor that the “pop-up fad” has gone too far.
Adelaide City Council will investigate the costs of city cafe operations as it considers proposed regulations for mobile food trucks.
The city's popular fleet of food trucks could be cut back after their impact on bricks and mortar businesses was hotly debated by City councillors last night.
THOUSANDS of people crowded between rows of shipping containers to chew, chomp and slurp their lunch and dinner as Adelaide's street food revolution gained pace yesterday.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore said this type of truck had taken off in Los Angeles
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