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Vancouver, BC: Five Food Trucks to Feast On

You’ll find much more than street meat in Vancouver.

Vancouver, BC: CO-PARENTING A VANCOUVER FOOD CART

Buzz was instantaneous and soon the three found it too much to handle.

Vancouver: Cooking Up a Better Model

The City of Vancouver is using Toronto’s “à la Cart” street food pilot project as an instructive model — of what not to do.

Vancouver: Grilled Cheese, Korean Fusion Among Street Treats

"If you like good food, you've come to the right place," said Mayor Gregor Robertson. "This is affordable street food and it reflects Vancouver's cultural diversity -and it creates some truly new opportunities for local entrepreneurs."

Vision Vancouver Social Engineering Results in Another Food Cart Setback

The food cart program has become an incestuous relationship between organic food suppliers, high end culinary collectives and faux overpriced “farmers’ markets.”

Apollo Concession Carts Selling in Vancouver

Vancouver’s expanded street vending program that started last year has dramatically changed Kerfoot’s business. Until last year, 90 per cent of Apollo Carts’ sales were to the U.S. Now, it’s 60 per cent Vancouver and 40 per cent U.S.

Vancouver: Food Cart Program Heats Up

Fourteen Vancouverites have signed on for perhaps one of the toughest, but definitely one of the tastiest, jobs in the city. The City of Vancouver has released the names of the food panel set to decide what street food will be served across the city.

Vancouver Wants Nutrition Standards for Street Food Carts

Vancouver is going to apply "minimum nutritional standards" to the food carts it licenses as part of an expansion of its street food vendor program.

Vancouver Plays “Big Mother” with Food Cart Fare

The food carts are meant to make life on Vancouver's streets more interesting. The carts also are meant to fill voids – perhaps providing grub on the run, or in sections of town where choices for sit-down meals are limited.

Vancouver May Impose Nutritional Requirements on Street Vendors

Vancouver is looking to become the first city in Canada to implement minimum nutritional standards for new street food vendors.

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