Weekend Food Truck Roundup Oct 21 – 23

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.

Oct 21

First Memphis Food Truck a Hit – MEMPHIS, TN – A few months after the city changed the law to allow food trucks, Memphis sees its first regular truck around town.

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Wilmington food truck regulations causing heartburn – WILMINGTON, NC – A lack of clarity about the city of Wilmington’s rules regarding food trucks continues to plague one local business.

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Calgary’s food trucks won’t be hibernating this winter, plus rumours of cheesy new trucks – CALGARY, CANADA – Calgary’s fleet of food-foisting vehicles is preparing to take on the challenge of wintertime, says James Boettcher, who runs the Fiasco Gelato truck and heads up yycfoodtrucks.com.

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Oct 22

Food trucks a booming business in Tampa – TAMPA, FL – Whether you’ve got a taste for frozen bananas or some gator tail, Tampa and it’s growing fleet of food trucks has a little bit of everything.

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El Guapo Mexican Grill: Pioneers of Detroit’s food truck industry continue to expand – DETROIT, MI – Two Metro Detroit natives are becoming pioneers of an emerging Motor City food industry.

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Oct 23

Local gourmet food trucks work to come to campus – DALLAS, TX – With the encouragement from customers at their staple spots in Downtown, Uptown, the Dallas Arts District and surrounding suburbs, mobile food vendors are now reaching out to the SMU campus.

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2017-03-31T08:43:47+00:00 By |Off the Wire|