In Mobile Cuisine Magazine’s quest to keep our readers up to date with the latest stories relating to the food truck industry has compiled a list of the stories that hit the wire this weekend.


Can a food truck change a neighborhood? – CHARLOTTE, NC – Most of the time, ordering a burrito is just trying to get lunch. But ordering one from a food truck in Charlotte could be a political act.

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New hot dog biz gives downtown big city feel – ANDERSON, IN – In New York City there’s a food cart on nearly every corner — gyros, cupcakes, pizza and, of course, hot dogs.

While Anderson is no NYC, Matt Gunter is trying to bring a little bit of that city feel to Madison County with Ogre Dogs LLC. For about two weeks, Gunter has been operating his hot dog stand near the Madison County Government Center in downtown Anderson.

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Hearty, hot curries define new food truck’s success – AUSTIN, TX – East Cesar Chavez Street isn’t known for Indian food or even food trucks, but Curryosity opened for business two weeks ago and began offering curries and decadent desserts out of a trailer.

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