The food trucks offer a variety of lunch options that cannot be found elsewhere on campus. Sarah Ladley, owner of Ba-Nom-a-Nom, explained her truck’s product: soft-serve frozen fruit.
A food truck will soon be part of the lunch time choices for students at Columbia high schools.
Food trucks have been around the campus since the 1960s
The food truck, which does not charge for meals, is the latest addition to the summer program that provides breakfasts and lunches to more than 11,000 young people each day at more than 120 community centers and schools.
The Durham Bulls will host the first ever DBAP Food Truck Fest as well as two nights of fireworks and an appearance from Brobee of Yo Gabba Gabba! in the upcoming five-game homestand starting July 10 at Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
he lunchtime destination at the Marine Parade Grounds includes an ever-changing rotation of the city’s best food trucks, including dessert trucks. These dessert trucks bring a variety of sweets, including cupcakes, ice cream, popsicles, and even ice cream sandwiches made of cookies!
So far, there are five trucks participating that offer a variety of cuisines including hot dogs, hamburgers, soft-serve frozen fruit, Asian-fused meals, Italian sandwiches and breakfast dishes.
The truck will be in action through the rest of the semester and into the summer, with current plans of running from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday
People worry about food trucks, though. Many that oppose lessening regulation say it will bring about more food-borne illnesses. But the food trucks that travel around other counties aren’t the roach coach burrito joints of the ‘80s.