Food trucks have popped up all over the country, even garnering enough attention to warrant national competitions itching to crown the next Food Truck King. For instance, on The Food Network’s new reality show “The Great Food Truck Race,” food trucks from across the country compete to sell the most food to patrons, with the champ winning $50,000 to help his or her business.
The Salvation Army in Jackson County has a new kitchen on wheels to help feed the alarming number of hungry people. But the non-profit organization said it doesn't have the money or manpower to make the mobile feeding unit a success.
Of all the questions I receive, and there are many, by far this seems to be the biggest one. The answer truly depends on many variables.
The family-run business has been serving up gourmet desserts at both independently-owned and chain restaurants for over 35 years and now your FOOD TRUCK!
Edit This Entry Coming soon in 2011…. “Ask Matt Geller” Matt Geller is the CEO of Southern California Mobile Food Vendors Association, also know...
Mobile food vendors in Los Angeles will soon be required to post letter grades indicating the results of their most recent inspection under a plan that was given final approval this week by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
We’ve got tacos on wheels and a late-night greasy slice in the running for Nashville’s reigning champ in the mobile-food-truck race. Come Black...