Weekend Food Truck Roundup Mar 14-16, 2014

Weekend Food Truck Roundup Mar 14-16, 2014

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In our quest to keep our readers up to date with the latest stories relating to the food truck industry we have compiled a list of the stories that hit the wire this past weekend from Atlanta, Springfield, Boise and Duluth.

OTW Logo food truck newsMarch 14

Finally! Food trucks might be allowed to vend on public property – ATLANTA, GA – It’s taken years, but Atlanta’s food trucks may soon be allowed to sell their pizza slices, smoked barbecue pork, decadent cupcakes on the city’s streets. And South Downtown would be the first to welcome the mobile food chariots in the not-so-distant future.

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Springfield City Councilor Thomas Ashe optimistic on rules for curbside food trucks – SPRINGFIELD, MA - City Councilor Thomas M. Ashe said he is optimistic that a new ordinance will be approved soon that improves guidelines for roadside food trucks after years of discussion and delay.

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March 15

Plans in the works for Boise food truck park – BOISE, ID - A couple is trying to create a permanent place for food trucks in Boise. Erin Sorensen and her husband want to take an eyesore lot at 25th and Fairview and turn it into a foodie heaven. They are working to create a food truck park on Boise’s West End.

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March 16

Duluth man designs mobile kitchen for travel to ‘food deserts’ to educate about nutrition – DULUTH, MN – Stainless-steel appliances, commercial grade convection oven, solar panels, a public address system and plenty of room.

Mike Poupore calls it the “Cadillac of food trucks.”

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