In our 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 past weekend from Charlottesville, Austin and Providence.

OTW LogoNovember 29

Charlottesville’s Carpe Donuts Heading to Whole Foods – CHARLOTTESVILLE, NC – You probably recognize their bright red truck. And if you’ve been around Charlottesville, anywhere from in their shop to weddings or events at the Pavilion, then you’ve probably tasted one of their donuts.

Carpe Donut started their family business back in 2007 with a simple idea: organic comfort food.

They have steadily grown ever since.

But what started as a little Charlottesville food truck has grown into a major business.

Now, the company has just signed a deal with Whole Foods.

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November 30

Austin food trucks have safe health record overall – AUSTIN, TX – A Statesman and KVUE review of all mobile food vendor health inspections in the last two years shows that, despite their higher failure rate, food trucks in Austin have a relatively healthy safety record.

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December 1

Foot traffic and culinary culture draw food trucks to Thayer Street – PROVIDENCE, RI – On Thayer Street at dinner time, a veritable United Nations of aromas wafts through the air as Korean spices from Mama Kim’s mix with the savory aura of Plouf Plouf’s truffle frites. Behind the mobile walls of the trucks offering this variety of cuisines lie back stories as unique as the food served.

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