food trucks

In New York City, food trucks are working hard to provide a meal for the thousands of health care workers fighting against the coronavirus.
Organizer Zohra Khaku is on a mission to find the best halal food out there.
To help a growing food truck industry, some states are cutting through a tangle of local rules and regulations by establishing
• Can't sell within 200 feet of a brick-and-mortar business that sells food (including anything from McDonalds to CVS) • Have
Volunteers hand out up to 250 meals a night, five nights a week.
Maybe tastes have changed because once our basic needs are met we look for more variety, quality, and meaning. After all
Maybe our bodies or tastes are telling us something. Maybe they're showing us the way that we can learn from each other to everyone's benefit. Maybe our palates should lead the way on immigration policy--welcoming newcomers from around the globe will continue to enrich our culinary options. Weight Watchers beware!
It all started with one of Trump's many surrogaffes:
The street-food business, which includes food trucks, is a $1 billion industry that grew by 8.4% between 2007 and 2012. Between 2010 and 2015, the food truck sector of the business experienced an even higher growth rate of 9.3%. However, despite the sector's boom, investing in a food truck may not be for everyone. A food truck is a good first commercial real estate investment for people who know food and can manage the expenses and develop a solid business plan.