The food-truck phenomenon is rapidly becoming the little segment that could. With estimated annual sales of about $5 billion, barely 1 percent of the total foodservice industry, the mobile movement continues to attract attention and create controversy far in excess of its modest size. While vendors hawking food to commuters and construction workers have long been fixtures in metropolitan areas, the new generation is more about culinary and social connections than convenience. Ground zero of ...
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