Roving Radish helps find "new markets" for farmers as it bridges farm-table gap.
“Government shouldn’t be playing favorites between businesses, and it shouldn’t be playing favorites and discriminating against people trying to pursue the American dream,”
The turf battle brewing in Baltimore involving the city's food trucks is one that is playing out across the country as mobile vendors fight to park where they want, when they want.
Welcome to Food Truck Tuesdays, a weekly event launched earlier this month near the Pasadena/Severna Park line. On Tuesday, there were a dozen trucks. So far, the event has brought an average of about 1,000 people each night, said Scott Hariton, one of the event's organizers.
The second annual South Carolina Food Truck, Craft Beer festival is coming back for a another year and this time promoters are promising the head aches from the first festival have been addressed.
A Baltimore barbecue truck is the latest local eatery to be featured on an upcoming episode of "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives."
This annual food truck festival is coming back to Patterson Park in June.
Eastman Egg has a strong Hyde Park connection. Freidenberg is a month away from getting her undergraduate degree at the U. of C., while Eastman’s founder and CEO, Hunter Eastman Swartz, is a student at the U. of C.’s Booth School of Business, and chief operating officer Drew Davis is a business school alum.
Pulford, owner of the Upslidedown Dave food truck and president of the Maryland Mobile Food Vending Association, is one of the major proponents behind a piece of legislation that would streamline the process by which food trucks are licensed.