Tag: food vendor

Moncton, CAN: Moncton Food Truck Offer Gets Only One Bite

Only one vendor agrees to set up on Main Street, another contends city charging too much

Bergen County, NJ: Bergen hosts Callahan’s, Sweet Spot Ice Cream at County Parks

The food trucks at Bergen County parks have become fast favorites

Ottawa, CAN: Ottawans Flock to Food Truck Rally

The crepe-like pastry has toppings cooked right into the batter and was a hot item at Dosa Inc., a food vendor on display at Ottawa's first Food Truck Rally in Little Italy.

Sacramento, CA: Coast to Coast Sandwiches Team to take over Republic’s Food Program

Drewski's was among the first of Sacramento's mobile food vendors to branch into operating a brick-and-mortar eatery, and will finish its year-and-a-half stint at Republic on Sept. 1.

Hutto, TX: City Allows Food Trucks in Food Vendor Lot

The Hutto City Council, in a 5-to-2 vote on Thursday, approved allowing food trucks in addition to just trailers on a designated vendor lot slated to go into operation this summer in Old Town. The vote was taken on first reading and requires a second reading and final vote.

Brooklyn, NY: Vendy Awards to be Held in Brooklyn Sept. 7

The Vendy Awards are organized by The Street Vendor Project, a group that works for food vendor rights.

Fresno, CA: CartHop Solutions Floated

The first of the two proposed solutions is to have the partnership set up a booth on the Fulton Mall during CartHop with marketing material and menus for the downtown restaurants.

New Orleans, LA: Food Truck Vendy Awards Makes French Market Debut

I love the food vendor trucks. If it weren't for them after Katrina. I probably would have starved in my neighborhood

Hyderabad, IN: The Rewards of Cleanliness

M. Vijay Kumar, a food vendor, sees an increase in business after he maintained hygiene — both personal as well as in the cooking process

Ottawa, CAN: Street Food Program’s Paternalism

The most frustrating angle to Ottawa’s revamped street food vendor program is how city management likely doesn’t understand how they’re treating applicants.