Poor Piggy’s began catering parties and entering barbecue competitions back in 2010.
As the food truck industry continues to grow, suds slingers are more than happy to reap the benefits. It isn't without struggles.
The second annual Food Truck Frolic, hosted by the Parks Conservancy of New Hanover County, will take place at Ogden Park Sunday, March 22 from noon to 5 p.m. Proceeds will benefit the Skatepark Project.
With the rolling vendors an increasingly popular option for meals, and with owners like Smith asserting they’re as legitimate as brick-and-mortar eateries, parties have prepared what they say are reasonable guidelines for service in Wilmington with fair play among competition.
Wilmington city planners may be done fine-tuning proposed regulations that would give food trucks more freedom to operate.
One business owner in Wilmington has a beef with the city over a hot dog stand. The owner of Haley's Hot Dog Cart is boiling mad because he says the city forced him to close down.
Wilmington city rules require food truck operators to work from brick-and-mortar kitchens, a mandate challenging food truck operators.
Watching Wilmington's food truck scene evolve is a lesson in the modern marketplace.
Watching Wilmington’s food truck scene evolve is a lesson in the modern business place.