The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on Tuesday called for a revision of the county’s restaurant inspection ordinance to require food trucks to post letter grades like brick-and-mortar operations must do. The county Board of Supervisors reportedly is not expected to vote on the proposal until next week, but it has the support of food truck operators, who say the move would further legitimize their niche within the foodservice industry. “We want recognition that we ...
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