The truck’s taco selection evolves regularly. Fried avocado and smoked pork are examples of the choices recently offered.
The key components for the vending business is knowing the health regulations, knowing your own limitations and understanding your market
There is one other mobile food facility in downtown Turlock, the Saucy Girls Food Truck. Owner Kari Hernandez spoke in favor of allowing mobile vendors to continue in the downtown area. Her truck is at 416 E. Main St., near Pacific Tire & Wheel.
The name of his new business is emblazoned on the side of the bread truck he converted. It’s called Firefighter Foods, and some of his sandwich offerings have firefighter-related names.
We did talk with one business owner who is against allowing food carts in the borough, but she declined to go on camera.
Erik Wegner, who owns Dog Gone Ron’s hot dog cart, said he plans to talk to officials later this month about how the regulations will apply to his business—if his trailer is considered a food truck and if he could be exempt from the regulations.
Vendors from all over roll out some of their best cuisine on the second Thursday of every month, but some store owners say the trucks are affecting business.
The community should have a late-night food option. … I think we’re providing something that’s extremely cheap. We source all of our food options locally
It would just be a cart not another truck, but I don’t really want to say what we would be serving. That is still a secret
We understand that people are embracing local products more and more, and we strive to provide fresh, local ingredients in our homemade treats and to work with respected vendors to offer unique frozen treats and prepackaged items