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Pittsburgh, PA: The Coop Chicken & Waffles food truck owners to open Pittsburgh restaurant

By Kristy Locklin  |  Trib Live Being in a relationship is tough, especially when you’re working together 60 hours a week in an 8-by-10-foot kitchen...

San Antonio, TX: Popular San Antonio food truck The Box Street Social to open...

By Paul Stephen  |  My San Antonio The popular San Antonio food truck and catering business The Box Street Social is ready to set down...

San Francisco, CA: Popular Filipino-Mexican Food Truck Opens Mission Restaurant

By Jackie Ward  |  CBS Local San Francisco   (SAN FRANCISCO) – Señor Sisig, the beloved food truck company that serves up Filipino-Mexican food, officially opened...

Blythewood, SC: Chew on This – Scott Benny’s food truck gets permanent location

By April Blake |  Post and Courier Scott Benny’s has been a popular truck on the mobile eatery scene, showing up all over the Midlands...

Seattle, WA: Popular Peruvian Food Truck Opens New Restaurant in Maple Leaf

By Gabe Guarente  |  Eater Seattle A food truck and caterer that has been serving popular Peruvian sandwiches in the Seattle area for six years...

Malaysia: Expensive rental cause more food truck operators quit business

By Nur Haziqah A Malek |  The Malaysian Reserve SINCE its boom in popularity a few years ago, the trendy food truck industry has been hit...

Sacramento, CA: For Food Trucks, A Road to Success

By Editor  |  The Comstocks Magazine Keith Breedlove didn’t want to open a restaurant. “We enjoyed the truck, we enjoyed the freedom,” he says of...

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.

Toronto, CAN: Food trucks need more room to grow, advocates say

Food truck operators say the city needs to create more room on the road to allow for a vibrant, growing street food scene.

Indianapolis, IND: Meet Scratch food truck’s pop-up restaurant

An Irvington spot is the first step toward a permanent location

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