Tag: food vendors

New York, NY: Street Food Vendors VS. NYC Health Department

Food carts on sidewalks can be a maximum of 5’ wide and 10’ long. This measure is intended to prevent overcrowding. Food trucks do not have any such size limit.

Ottawa, CAN: Ottawa Gets Taste of New Food-Truck Fare

The new trucks and carts will add to the 44 street food vendors already licensed.

Vancouver, CAN: New Vancouver’s Food Carts and Food Cart Pod Coming this Summer

Vancouver’s street food program continues to grow, showcasing some of the best culinary talent in our city

Tallahessee, FL: DBPR to Host Fourth Food Truck Fair in Tallahassee

The Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) today announced that it will host its fourth Mobile Food Vendor Fair at DBPR headquarters in Tallahassee May 10, 2013. The Florida Lottery will be a special guest at the Fair offering giveaways including scratch-off tickets and live entertainment will be provided by the local band Off Meridian.

New York, NY: Putting the Brakes on Food Trucks

Food trucks have become essential elements to the workday lunch and the job force, but for Upper West and Upper East Side residents and businesses, they can be detrimental to quality of life. That’s why Council Member Dan Garodnick authored a citywide bill that would designate food truck “zones,” creating a sense of order for food truck workers, and a more peaceful community atmosphere.

Fayetteville, AR: Fayetteville Springfest vendor application deadline is April 29

Organizers of the event are seeking arts, crafts, and street food vendors as well as non-profit organizations to fill a few remaining vendor booth spaces for the 2013 festival, set for May 4 on Dickson Street in downtown Fayetteville.

Tulsa, OK: Downtown Jenks to Host Food Truck Festival May 4

The Jenks America Food Truck Festival, sponsored by the Jenks Chamber of Commerce, will occupy two blocks of Main Street and will feature many of Tulsa's food truck vendors and additional merchants selling their products.

Jersey City, NJ: Proposed Regulations for Jersey City Food Trucks Rankle Taco Truck Owner

They're just trying to get something passed,” he said. “But this isn’t any better than the ordinance that is currently on the books so I don’t know why they're rushing to get this done

Jersey City, NJ: Jersey City Voting Tonight On Restricting Food Trucks

Looks like Jersey City is poised to make it nearly impossible for food truck owners to make a living there

Austin, TX: Food Truck Industry at Crossroads

I am a bit concerned about the saturation [of mobile food vendors]. I personally think ... about 40 trucks do really well, about 300 make ends meet and the other 250–300 are [struggling]