Tag: Food Truck Safety
Edmonton, CAN: Edmonton Food trucks safe, but inspections hard to come by
On Monday, Metro called the Alberta Health Services' public health unit looking for the health inspection reports for the top 10 food trucks currently listed on the Street Food Edmonton smartphone app.
Davidson, NC: Food truck owners pushing forward after business stolen
On any summer day you could find Jill Young and her husband with their bright red food truck in or around Charlotte.
Los Angeles, CA: Tight spaces in food trucks create health-safety challenges
It's a daily culinary performance that plays out across Los Angeles: Top food truck chefs whipping up gourmet meals in spaces no bigger than a restaurant's stockroom or walk-in freezer.
Ft. Wayne, IN: Food Truck Inspections – Department of Health weighs in
It's that time of year when delicious food trucks are popping up all over, but how do you know if they're clean?
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
Victoria, TX: City Regulations Could Be Detrimental to Food Trucks in Victoria
City Council and the state health department have added a list of regulations that food trucks would have to follow, if passed.
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.
Portsmouth, VA: Portsmouth votes to allow food trucks
Portsmouth officials have officially voted to allow food trucks in the city.
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.
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.