Greensboro, NC : Editorial – Food trucks now
It’s true that mobile vendors have lower overhead costs. They don’t employ as many workers, and they pay less in taxes.
Sacramento, CA: Food Trucks Can Solve Some of Midtown and Downtown’s Issues
Less is more when it comes to regulating the food trucks.
State of California: Schools vs. Food Trucks
A California bill that would ban them from operating within 1,500 feet of a school is the wrong approach to combating childhood obesity.
SF: Food Trucks Spice Up Larkspur Ferry Parking Lot
by Marin Independent Journal Editorial THE FOOD TRUCKS that are selling to-go meals to departing ferry riders at the Larkspur terminal might prove...
Editorial: Novato’s Right to Reject Ban on Food Trucks Near Schools
They have set their sights on the food trucks, whose presence and business make what they call "a mockery" of the school's wellness programs.
Truck it in, Chapel Hill: Confusing Regulations Make Operating Food Trucks Difficult
Although the trucks — or “mobile food units,” as they are more officially known — are not banned outright in Chapel Hill, regulations are currently so confusing and prohibitive that they often act as an effective ban.
Food Trucks: Serving Up Jobs
Last spring, when Clover began serving its vegetarian fare on the Greenway, the company consisted of one truck and a half-dozen or so employees.
Napa Wants To Keep On Truckin’ But Safety Is First
Food Truck Fridays is a victim of its own success. The city of Napa looked like it was playing fun police last week when announcing that the popular monthly event near Oxbow Public Market was being shut down until it could acquire the necessary use permits.
Atlanta’s Street Food Movement Still Tied Up in Red Tape
On Feb. 19, Fulton County health officials tapped the brakes on Poncey-Highland's growing reputation as a hot spot for street food after they shut down two popular vendors over permitting issues.