Food trucks serve patrons in northern Atlanta. Photo by Jessica Hunt - American City & County.
The recent surge of popularity for food trucks doesn’t just mean you can get a hot lunch without leaving the office park. These vehicles also benefit small business entrepreneurs, can revitalize underdeveloped neighborhoods, and, some hope, even dismantle food deserts – areas with limited access to healthy, affordable food. The first Washington, food truck rolled out in 2009, according to Che Ruddell-Tabisola, executive director of the D.C. Food Truck Association. Since that ...
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