Tag: mobile food units
Houston, TX: Debate Over Rule Changes Attracts Bun B, Restaurant Defenders & Strange Logic
Does the presence of food trucks hurt or help brick and mortar restaurants?
What Rules Do Food Trucks Follow?
Requirements for restaurants and mobile food units (food trucks) are very similar
San Diego, CA: Food Trucks Could Undergo New Health Inspections
The mobile food operation inspections may be the same as restaurants.
Push to Legalize Food Trucks & Carts Meeting with Controversy
Mobile food may fit in Savannah, but owners of several existing brick-and-mortar restaurants insist there isn’t enough room for their businesses and mobile food units.
Chapel Hill to Establish Food Truck Regulations
The town does not specifically prohibit the trucks, but current town rules make them virtually impossibly to operate.
Truck it in, Chapel Hill: Confusing Regulations Make Operating Food Trucks Difficult
Although the trucks — or “mobile food units,” as they are more officially known — are not banned outright in Chapel Hill, regulations are currently so confusing and prohibitive that they often act as an effective ban.
St. Cloud: Grub Truck Rolls Out Eats
The Grub Truck started traveling the city’s streets about two weeks ago offering made-to-order tacos and rice bowls three days a week.
Santa Cruz, CA: Pajaro’s Taco Trucks Serve Up the Feel & Food of Mexico
Drive over the Pajaro River Bridge for a bite to eat on a clear weekend night and you may think you've ended up 1,500 miles to the south.
County Puts Breaks on Mobile Food Eatery
Chef Anthony Steward was traveling along nicely on his road to creating two mobile food trucks until health department officials put the brakes on his efforts.
Does your FOOD TRUCK or CART need a Wrap?
Vehicle wraps draw attention! When it comes to a mobile food unit, drawing attention & letting everyone know you’re there is kind of the goal, right?