Food trucks, which had revved up attendee curiosity at the past several National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Shows in Chicago, drove even more interest this year as the road-tested trend continues to demonstrate it has long-haul potential. With suppliers offering such sophisticated extras as flat-screen televisions, satellite dishes and even wood-burning ovens, proponents of on-the-road feeding say the food truck vogue has moved further into the mainstream. “Now ...
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