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 from Washington DC to Los Angeles CA.


Anyone Get the License Plate of That Pickle? Kosher Deli Truck Launches May 20 – WASHINGTON DC – Another tempting food truck is hitting the streets of D.C. This time, with a rabbinical bent. Historic synagogue Sixth & I is partnering with Good Stuff Eatery’s Spike Mendelsohn, among others, to launch a new mobile feed machine called Sixth & Rye.

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New Food Truck Hits South Florida — Truckin’ Good Pizza – BROWARD COUNTY, FL – A new food truck has hit the roads of South Florida, Truckin’ Good Pizza. It’s not the typical food truck we are used to seeing around town but instead an Italian-imported brick oven hauled behind a Ford F350.

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Food Trucks Are Stalled by Process – SAN FRANCISCO, CA – San Francisco’s small army of food trucks feeds happy consumers every day. But behind the scenes, the mobile vendors have been complaining to the city for several years about a notoriously convoluted permit process.

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More sink teeth into taco truck cuisine – DETROIT, MI – Thousands of visitors every week come to dine at the long-established restaurants of Mexicantown or to search out the dozens of colorful eateries and tiny taquerias that dot the rest of largely Hispanic southwest Detroit.

But an increasing number of food lovers are trying a different option: taco trucks.

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Costs of having a food truck – LOS ANGELES, CA – Starting a mobile food business isn’t cheap. Here are some of the costs…

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