So much has happened in the food truck industry in 2017? We thought it would be fun to go back and see what stories were read the most by the readers of Mobile Cuisine. Are you interested in what the top 2017 food truck news stories were? We’ll wait no longer.
According to our near 1,100,000; 2017 unique readers, these were the top 2017 food truck news stories that surfaced the in the mobile food industry.
Top 5: 2017 Food Truck News Stories
- Portland Food Cart Shuts Down After Claims Of Cultural Appropriation PORTLAND, OR – Burrito shop is forced to close after being hounded with accusations it was ‘culturally appropriating Mexican food and jobs’
- Things Aren’t So Happy In Happy Valley Food Cart Fight HAPPY VALLEY, OR – Suburban food-cart pod Happy Valley Station, is getting sued for almost $100,000 by a cart owner claiming abuse and libel.
- Oakland A’s Bringing Food Trucks To The Coliseum OAKLAND, CA – Try to wrap your mind around this: the Coliseum as a drawing card for foodies, beer lovers and baseball history aficionados.
- Food Truck Owner Closes After Response To Las Vegas Comments WILKES BARRE, PA – The owner of a vegan food truck says she regrets a Facebook post in which she appeared to dismiss the deaths of “meat eaters” in the Las Vegas massacre.
- NPR Story Drags Food Truck Industry Into Modern US Slavery In restaurants, bars and food trucks across America, many workers are entrapped in a form of modern slavery.
Please note that these were the top 5 2017 food truck stories based on information gathered through our website analytics. We understand that there were many other news stories in 2017, some more tragic, some more heartfelt.
Stay up to date with the happenings in the industry in our Food Truck News section where we scan the news wire to bring you.
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