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.

Sept 23

Food truck on the shelf – ARCADIA, MI –  For about two months, Arcadia Brewing Co.’s food-service trailer — nicknamed “The Growler” — has drawn customers to a Jackson Street site behind the former Shrank’s restaurant downtown.

But legal concerns brought the operation to a halt Wednesday — at least for awhile.

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Chef Fights: Food truck vs. fine dining – SAN DIEGO, CA – Bistro West’s Eugenio Martignago takes on Mangia Mangia Mobile’s Marko Pavlinovic.

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Sept 24

Dismal economy helps fuel food truck craze – ORLANDO, FL – You’ve probably seen them around town.  Cheesy burritos, gator skewers and the all-popular empanadas are just some of the options straight off the truck.

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Lucinda Creperie and The Krave trucks set to open joint storefront – JERSEY CITY, NJ – What does Korean Barbeque and crepes have in common? Nothing.

But now the two cuisines (and popular food trucks, The Krave and Lucinda Creperie) are joining forces in a new endeavor to open a permanent store front 24 Mercer Street.

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Sept 25

Food truck regulators, operators agree laws not designed for modern social media-driven mobile food sales – OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – In the month since the closing of the H&8th outdoor food market in MidTown took place, conversations between authorities and food truck operators have led to little agreement as to whether the raid was appropriate.

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Central American food truck wins Vendy Awards contest – NEW YORK CITY, NY – Central American corn patties have taken the top spot in a competition of New York City’s street food vendors.

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