Food trucks that operate in Louisville are now included in the Department of Public Health and Wellness’ ABC Food Placard Program.
The Louisville Metro Department of Health & Wellness's goal is to introduce letter grades for food trucks by the end of 2013
In mid-August, food truck operators and health department representatives met for the second time in the wake of WAVE 3 Troubleshooter (pew pew) Eric Flack's reports about possible health-code concerns involving food trucks.
Food trucks, which have been popping up all over town serving everything from barbecue to gourmet burgers, are known for quick, on-the-go food. But where do these mobile vendors go when they want the opposite of street fare — a leisurely, sit-down meal? We talked to some local food truckers to ask what they like to eat when it’s time to stop moving.
The small independent business owners that make up the Louisville Street Food Alliance bring their food trucks to the mayor’s office, Sixth and Jefferson streets, on the first Tuesday of every month from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The app currently is available with information only on Louisville food trucks, providing details about their locations using real-time information submitted by the trucks.
Made popular on the streets of Lexington as mobile food merchants, a number of Lexington vendors have found a permanent place to park their trucks and sell their food.
Lexington’s proposed food truck pilot program received an amended first and second reading at tonight’s meeting of the Lexington Urban County Council, and was passed unanimously, to applause from inside council chambers.
he Urban County Council has unanimously approved a six-month pilot project allowing food trucks to set up in public street parking spaces.
White Castle is testing out a new business concept right here in Louisville