Tag: propane tanks

Blue Donkey Streatery, Mississauga’s New Electric Blue Greek Food Truck

Like a donkey, the truck is slow and steady yet reliable

NYC: Food Truck Crackdown Shuts Uptown Vendors

Police joined the Department of Health (DOH) in an inter-agency inspection of four Dominican-style food trucks that operate along Amsterdam Avenue

LA: “Did you hear? A Food Truck BLEW UP on Abbot Kinney Blvd!”

She said, "Did you hear? A food truck blew up on Abbot Kinney Blvd and someone was killed."

Food Truck Safety Tips: Refill Propane Tanks Safely

Summer is fast approaching, so it’s a good time to review your safety practices for propane tank refill and distribution.

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San Antonio Food Trucks Roll Out Assistance To Tornado Victims

NYC: Exploded Frites N’ Meats Truck Had Too Many Propane Tanks, Source Says

The Frites 'N' Meats truck was carrying four propane tanks but was only allowed to have two, a source said.

Is Propane Safe for Food Trucks?

Propane tanks can be such a risk that Kenny Lao, for one, made a conscious decision not to use them. “We use a green quiet diesel generator to power our dumplings,” he tells us.

The Nosh Truck: A Cubby Hole for a Kitchen, But a Dining Room as...

The 27-foot Nosh Truck — 30 feet, if you count the propane tanks — is a mobile kitchen, complete with a six-burner stove, 24-inch flat grill, 30-pound deep fryer, three-bay steam well and six sandwich panini press.

Miami: Despite Crackdown, Mobile Food Keeps on Trucking

After shutting down food truck gatherings in unincorporated areas, including the popular Tamiami Truckers Food Court in West Kendall, it is drafting a set of regulations.

Miami: Despite Crackdown, Mobile Food Keeps On Trucking

In Miami, which issued a list of do’s and don’ts for food trucks earlier this month, food-truck operators can buy a peddlers’ permit that allows them to move around like an ice cream truck.