DURHAM, NC – The biggest food truck commissary in the state is getting ready to open its doors in Durham next week.

It’s big enough to host 50 food trucks, and this kitchen space will have a huge impact – especially on the Raleigh food truck scene.

Sounds of clean-up and construction fill the air. After all the equipment is ready to go, this large empty space will be divided by pantry shelves and tables to create dozens of food truck commissary kitchens.

But what exactly is a food truck commissary?

“With the health department you have to have an approval facility to produce your food, to store your food, to dump your gray water, to dump your grease,” explained Will Pettis, owner of Will and Pop’s Commissary.

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