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Dr. Field Goods, a food truck whose tagline, “Rockin’ Out Fresh NM Fusion
Food trucks hit the streets as Sydney follows Santa Monica's example
Cleveland’s Hodge Podge food truck and its brand of comfort food have made it to the finale of Food Network’s “The Great Food Truck Race,” according to rampant tweets and Face Book posts.
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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.
Hoping to counterbalance the taco trucks and fast-food joints that have fed the local workforce for decades.