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San Bernadino County Supervisor Janice Rutherford: Let the Food Trucks Roll!

She makes a point that if the modern food truck industry were allowed here in the county, not only would that create jobs and economic opportunities for the food truck vendors themselves, but also for those convert, clean, wrap, maintain and sell the trucks.

Atlanta: Urban Picnic at Sweet Auburn Market, March 12

The first Urban Picnic of 2011 will take place at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market on Saturday, March 12, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with food trucks and street food vendors offering samples of their new culinary treats.

Richmond, CA: Hopes to Rein in Unlicensed Street Food Vendors

The City Council voted this month to place a 45-day moratorium on new permits for mobile vendors, to allow time to flesh out that plan.

Honolulu: Food Trucks Converge for Round Two of ‘Eat The Street’ (Video)

A few weeks ago, Eat The Street debuted at a parking lot on Kapiolani Blvd. — a convergence of these food trucks in one place at one time.

Tucson: Angela’s Food Truck

You can’t miss Angela’s food truck. Serving the community for eight years this truck attracts a mixed crowd of hungry people.

Top 10 Cities for Finding Cheap & Tasty Street Food

Luckily, in many cities around the world, street carts aplenty offer a dizzying array of mouth-watering local specialties that are prepared fast and easily enjoyed on the go.

Miami’s Whistle Stop Food Truck Rodeo: Trains and Trucks

The Whistle Stop Food Truck Rodeo introduced visitors, most of whom were pint-sized and ice cream crazy, to the delights of mobile meals.

LA: Food Trucks Start Making the Grade

Today, public health officials demonstrated what goes into an inspection, using the popular Grilled Cheese Truck as an example. (It passed with a perfect 100%.)

DC: Hurray for the DCMFVA!

I had the pleasure of witnessing the DC Mobile Food Vendors’ Association elect its board. A few members of DCMFVA reached out to me in December asking for regulatory advice.

RIVERSIDE, CA: Hot Food Truck Ban Adopted

Riverside now has new, stricter rules on food trucks that only allow the sale of pre-packaged food and drinks, but city officials said even if they wanted to allow trucks selling hot, fresh food, county regulations would prevent it.

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