Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel voiced his support Wednesday for legalizing food trucks in the Windy City, introducing with three city aldermen an ordinance that would allow food truck operators to prepare “food to order” on board their trucks. Up to now, food trucks in Chicago were permitted to sell only food that had been prepared in a brick-and-mortar commercial kitchen or commissary. The current group of food truck purveyors in Chicago includes sweets specialists like Cupcakes ...
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