Food trucks continued rolling as a trend for both independent and chain restaurants this year, and the National Restaurant Association’s annual show in Chicago included a number of sessions and a half-dozen wheeled examples. The food truck trend shifted into high gear as customers traded down, reduced restaurant visits and searched for bargains during the economic crisis of 2008, according to Suzy Badaracco, president of Culinary Tides Inc., who spoke in a session called “The ...

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