Food trucks could soon be coming to Safety Harbor, thanks to Crooked Thumb Brewery co-owner Kip Kelly.Business brings people from all over to Safety Harbor! http://www.tampabay.com/news/localgovernment/safety-harbor-may-soon-allow-food-trucks/2290030
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The city of Raleigh has launched a new pilot program that allows food trucks to operate on the corner of some downtown streets.Downtown Raleigh has hosted food trucks before, but only during special events or food truck rodeos. This six-month trial program allows trucks to operate at one of four designated zones.
Square Inc. seems to have found its place, proving this quarter that the mobile payments processor is useful for more than just food trucks and farm stand sellers. Square showed that it could attract bigger businesses as customers, with a 61 percent increase in the volume of payments transacted from larger sellers. Shares rose as much as 18 percent to $12.28 Thursday, the biggest intraday gain since its public market debut in November.http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-08-04/square-finds-profitable-niche-between-food-trucks-and-starbucks
Boston restaurants and food trucks may soon be asked to display a report card of cleanliness and food safety on their buildings for customers to see.
A recently formed coalition of area food truck owners have begun prodding Prescott city officials for answers on how they might eventually operate within the city’s limits.There are a couple specific city statutes that prevent mobile food vendors from freely doing business.
On Tuesday, Omaha City Council members will vote on whether to impose the city’s restaurant tax on food trucks.Food trucks and other mobile food vendors are exempt from paying the 2.5 percent restaurant tax at the momment.
Food trucks and picnic tables are soon to become endangered species in the downtown Wisconsin Dells landscape.Two committees met July 20 to determine the downtown’s future course regarding the potential allowance of mobile food establishments.
Two years after city officials changed local laws to allow food trucks in Pawtucket, the city is finally seeing some regular traffic from the mobile eateries.
On Sunday, downtown Cary’s Chatham Street will host a food truck rodeo starting at 5 p.m. There will be more than 25 trucks, vendors, live music and beer.