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Los Angeles, CA: LA Food Trucks – The Dirty Truth

Los Angeles Times analysis found that about 27 percent of food trucks earned lower than A grades in the past two years

Edmonton, CAN: How safe is your favourite Edmonton food truck?

AHS re-tooling online health inspections, but no timeline in place.

Los Angeles, CA: Nearly 30 percent of Los Angeles food trucks face sanitation problems,...

Experts say food trucks face unique challenges in order to comply with sanitation standards.

National News: It’s not a food truck. It’s a mobile kitchen feeding refugees around...

The bus is a rolling professional kitchen equipped with two prep tables, a double-drainer sink, five commercial gas stoves and a 260-gallon water tank.

Philadelphia, PA: There’s no fuming about this food truck – it’s electric.

The future is all about sustainable eating, working and living, and I am committed to walking the walk when it comes to sustainability. This is why a solar-powered GEM El-XD fully electric vehicle serves as the base chassis for the Philly Greens food truck.

San Mateo, CA: County devises new food safety program

The county’s health system began rolling out a new restaurant placarding program this month. The signage will be going up throughout the first half of 2016 at more than 3,000 restaurants, mobile food trucks, bakeries, schools, health care facilities and some convenience stores in the county.

San Mateo, CA: New Restaurant Placarding Program Starts in 2016

The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors approved the new restaurant placarding in April 2015.

Rockland, ME: Rockland food truck ‘Wich, Please heads inside for winter

The food truck ‘Wich, Please — which got its start through a Kickstarter campaign last fall — will be moving indoors for the winter.

National News: Food Truck Fire Safety Hazards Remain a Concern

The popularity of food trucks over recent years hasn’t waned, likely due to their mobility and trendy menu items. As the food truck industry grows, so do the fire risks.

Tennessee : Tennessee introduces a mobile app for you to see restaurant food...

The Tennessee departments of Health and Agriculture have partnered to develop a mobile app that allows users to check any Tennessee restaurant inspection score no matter where they are located.

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