As Jack in the Box on Thursday became the latest national restaurant chain to roll out its own mobile catering truck, franchisors already on the road are discovering the popular meals-on-wheels trend is raising a new, unexpected issue — truck franchising. For franchisors, that means working provisions for truck operations into franchise agreements — a wrinkle that some franchisors say they didn’t see coming. Warren Christiansen, vice president of domestic franchise sales ...

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