Tag: mobile vendors
Denver, Colorado, like many places in the US, is seeing the increase in mobile vending. This increase has led to some push back from traditional brick and mortar establishments as well as hot dog vendors concerned about increased street food competition.
The event, dubbed Eat The Street, wound up a wildly successful first-time-for-Honolulu venture, thanks, in part, to social media sites like Twitter and the cadre of food trucks that embraced the idea.
Vancouver is going to apply "minimum nutritional standards" to the food carts it licenses as part of an expansion of its street food vendor program.
El Paso is making a blatant attempt to run mobile vendors out of town in order to protect brick-and-mortar restaurants. But economic protectionism is not a valid exercise of the government’s police power.
A Yum-Yum! Food truck is back in downtown Fort Worth. "We're just glad to be downtown, and we love Fort Worth and we support Fort Worth," Elledge said.
Four mobile food vendors filed a lawsuit against the city of El Paso Wednesday morning. They gathered outside the courthouse downtown to discuss their concerns over a 2009 ordinance.