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Winona, MN: Minnesota city considers loosening food truck regulations

By Associated Press  |  Star Tribune WINONA, Minn. — Leaders of a southeast Minnesota city are considering easing local laws on food trucks. The Winona City...

Harlem, GA: The City of Harlem creating regulations that will allow food trucks downtown

By Alexa Lightle  |  WRDW.com HARLEM, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) -- Harlem City Council members have decided to move forward with creating regulations to allow food trucks to...

Liverpool, UK: Region has new draft bylaw for food trucks

LIVERPOOL - The region has come up with a proposed new bylaw to govern food trucks in Liverpool after several food trucks began to regularly appear on the waterfront last summer.

Hong Kong: Hong Kong food bazaar diners back call to allow hawkers to cook...

More than 90 per cent of respondents supported effort to allow open flame

Jordan, MN: Food truck restrictions retracted

By Rachel Wittrock  |  SWNewsMedia There will be no limits to how often a food truck can come into Jordan. City council members on Monday...

Des Moines, IA: City has double standard on food trucks

Proposed restrictions for food vendors could limit taco truck businesses in Des Moines.

Edmonton, CAN: Edmonton Food trucks safe, but inspections hard to come by

On Monday, Metro called the Alberta Health Services' public health unit looking for the health inspection reports for the top 10 food trucks currently listed on the Street Food Edmonton smartphone app.

Ft. Wayne, IN: Food Truck Inspections – Department of Health weighs in

It's that time of year when delicious food trucks are popping up all over, but how do you know if they're clean?

Marquette, MI: New regulations raise the freedoms for food trucks

By Molly Thekan  |  Upper MIchigan Source MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) Food trucks in the Marquette area have been gearing up for summer. With the new...

Montreal, CAN: Food Fights – Restaurants, Regulations and Food Trucks in Montreal

In the City of Montreal, only those possessing the proper permit can sell street food. At first glance it seems pretty simple: get a permit, get your food truck.

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