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Mexico, MEX: How Tacos Explain Mexico’s Labor Market

As Mexico evolves its two disparate halves, its globally connected, educated elite and its marginalized, informal workforce continue to exist side by side in the country’s capital.

Hyderabad, IN: Street Food as A Tool of Women’s Empowerment

Street food vending can be used to create livelihood security for marginalised women in the city. But to achieve this there has to be better policy initiatives,

San Juan, Puerto Rico: El Churry Opening 1st Restaurant in SJ, Adding 4th Food...

Rivera said the company’s goal is to reach $2.5 million in sales this year.

Global Mobile Food Services Market to Reach $2.6 Billion by 2017

Mobile food trucks have become an integral part of city dwellers’ daily lifestyle.

Minneapolis / St. Paul: Filling in the Retail Holes — Temporarily

Drew Levin, operator of the Turkey To Go mobile food truck at 8th Street and the Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis, would like to try extending his seasonal success.

Denver: You Can’t Use Laws to Regulate What People Like

Mobile food vendors, restaurant owners, downtown businesses, city agencies and neighborhood groups -- will have a preliminary discussion of the role of food trucks in Denver, and whether regulations that govern their operations should change.