Of all the food trends to take off during the last few years, food trucks are perhaps the most ubiquitous. At this point, you'd be hard pressed to find a major U.S. city that doesn't have at least several roaming about.
But hipsters and foodies aren't the only ones with an interest in food trucks. Unconventional companies, many of them fast food chains, are hoping to cash in on food trucks' popularity -- even Campbell's recently looked to food trucks for inspiration in an attempt to revitalize its brand. But is this a sign that the trend has jumped the shark?
If you're unconvinced, consider this: Taco Bell, Chick-fil-A and even Rachael Ray's dog food line all have food trucks. Seriously.
Click through the below gallery for a look at a few questionable food trucks.