Toledo Council Backs Away From Restrictive Food Truck Law

TOLEDO, OH – Mayor D. Michael Collins’ menu of new regulations for the city’s growing food-truck industry quickly broke down on Tuesday under the pressure […]

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Akron’s Fusco Proud Of Restaurant Protection Ordinance

While Akron food trucks will now be able to legally operate in downtown Akron, the ordinance giving them this ability also gives food trucks the […]

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2K To Operate A Food Truck In Downtown Akron?

Here we have another politician who thinks that food trucks need to pay their “fair share”. Of course food trucks will stop doing business in […]

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Ohio City Backs Food Truck Owners

Oh what a pleasant surprise; to see a city who has leaders in place that defend food truck owners operating in their town. While it […]

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Columbus Food Trucks Can Finally Hit The Streets

COLUMBUS, OH – After years of discussion, Columbus has new regulations that will allow vendors to sell a taco, pita or other food from a […]

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Columbus Food Trucks Owners Concerned About Future Rules

COLUMBUS, OH – With new regulations on the horizon, food-truck operators still are unsure how the rules will impact the bottom line or if some […]

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Top US Cities To Open A Food Truck #16 Columbus

Coming in at number sixteen in our Top US Cities to Open a Food Truck is Columbus, OH.
The taco truck may have been the pioneers […]

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Oberlin Food Truck Runs Into Red Tape

OBERLIN, OH – Oberlin College student Casey Silverstein said he never expected the challenges he has faced to get his food truck business, North Coast Toast, […]

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