Poll: Who is America’s Favorite Vegetarian/Vegan Food Truck?

Poll: Who is America’s Favorite Vegetarian/Vegan Food Truck?

Mobile Cuisine Magazine is always proud to provide our readers articles designed to share a multifaceted culinary lifestyle program that is spreading throughout the country and world. As many of you already know, we have designated our Monday features to help promote the Meatless Monday’s program which not only do we support on the website, but our staff actually has adopted in our Monday dietary lifestyle.

In today’s article we want to follow up a recent article in which we asked our readers to submit their choice for America’s favorite vegetarian or vegan food truck or cart. The submissions have been counted and the top 10 have been calculated. If you are a food truck that feels you should have been included, we apologize, however, the trucks selected for this poll were determined by our readers, and by the number of votes they received in the first phase of the contest.

The Cinnamon Snail – Hoboken, NJ; Clover Lab Food Truck – Boston, MA; The Frankenstand – Los Angeles, CA; Green Seed Vegan – Houston, TX; Liba Falafel – San Francisco, CA; Like no Udder – Providence, RI; Mac’n Food Truck – Miami, FL; Morels Food Truck – Louisville, KY; The Purple Carrot – Lansing, MI or The Seabirds Truck – Costa Mesa, CA

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This poll will stay open for 2 weeks to make sure everyone gets a chance to vote for in the poll and the truck operators will have a chance to let their fans know to come help them with their votes. The poll will close on August 22 at 12AM CST, at which time we will announce the results shortly thereafter.

The winner of this contest will be featured on Mobile Cuisine in a multiday feature series, to help share information about the vendor, their menu, and how they came up with the idea for serving meatless fare.

Tell your friends and family, spread the word.

Please do your part today and join the Meatless Monday movement? Signing up is fast and easy! Follow them on Twittter.

Mobile Cuisine Magazine looks forward to continued coverage of Meatless Monday for our readers!

 

Richard is an architect by degree (Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, Michigan) who began his career in real estate development and architectural planning. In September of 2010 he created Mobile Cuisine Magazine to fill an information void he found when he began researching how to start a mobile hotdog cart in Chicago. Richard found that there was no central repository of mobile street food information anywhere on the internet, and with that, the idea for MCM was born.