Tag: farmers market

Durham, NC: Grilled Cheese Bus For Good

The Grilled Cheese Bus launched at Durham's Briggs Community Garden two Saturdays ago as the area's only nonprofit food truck.

Mobile Farmers Markets: The Next “Big Thing” in Food Trucks?

Riverview Farms of Ranger, Georgia, has created a mobile farmers market that brings sustainably-grown produce to various locations in Atlanta.

Culinary Choice and Freedom: Keep Food Legal!

Keep Food Legal (KFL) is "the first and only nationwide membership organization devoted to culinary freedom," here are some of the organization's principles from its mission statement:

Newark, NJ: A Gourmet Taco Truck Serving Downtown

I have found my dream job. Outdoors, but shielded from the elements. Be my own boss, set my own schedule.

Bite Of Minnesota: Food Trucks Returning

I’m also looking forward to the food trucks hitting the streets. It is sure to be an explosion of food options due to loosened regulation and increased interest in starting mobile food carts.

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."

Miami: City yanks Roots in the City Farmers’ Market

The permit farmers markets need to obtain is the same type of permit the city said food trucks needed to hold their round-ups. Obtaining the permit costs $153.50 per event and organizations can only apply for two a year.

Stoats Named One Of Britain’s Best Food Trucks

Stoats Porridge Bars have had a cult following in Edinburgh for some years now but the boys behind the oats are hoping to replicate this success in the rest of the UK as the firm celebrates being named one of Britain's Best Food Trucks

Orlando: Red Eye BBQ Food Truck

They started up their food truck business back in December 2010 and technically is one of the first food trucks in Orlando with this type of food truck business marketed via social media, and outside of all of the long time hispanic food trucks that have been around for years in Central Florida.


Borough Administrator Stanley Sickels told the council that after consulting with Sobel, he recommended that mobile vending be limited to a single spot on Oakland Street, between the station and West Street.