LOS ANGELES —In a city that has embraced the gourmet-food-truck movement like no other, Dennis Rohde is not a fan. Rohde is the franchise owner of a Baja Fresh unit in the Miracle Mile neighborhood, next to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. It’s a vibrant spot that has become a popular gathering place for the growing number of food trucks—including the Calbi Fusion Tacos and Burritos truck concept owned by Baja Fresh chief executive David Kim—and their presence strains ...

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