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Feb 15 2013

A Brief Blog Profile: Mobile Cuisine

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There's a movement underway in the food industry. We're talking actual movement here.

Food trucks are all the rage in cities across the country. And Mobile Cuisine delivers "every must-read street food, food truck, food cart and food stand story bubbling up across the web."

Today on Mobile Cuisine, you can read about writing a food truck business plan, 5 Street Food Styles Any Food Truck Can Add to Their Menu, and Vote for the 2013 Food Truck Taco of the Year.

There's even an interactive map where you can search street food carts in your area. There also are resources and articles on how to make food trucks safer and more sustainable.

At times, it's not clear whether this site is for food truck proprietors or customers. We're pretty sure it's both. I mean, everyone has to eat, right? One thing's for sure: Food trucks are here to stay. Check out the site and get on board.

Follow @MobileCuisine on Twitter.

Reader's Comments

Rattan Sofa

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Posted at 19:59 ET on May 11, 2012 by Rattan Sofa

mark chad

The idea of mobile cuisine is something that is becoming famous now. Having a mobile cuisine on the road you travel is one of the best things you can hope for. They are even famous for the types of food they are providing to the delight of their new found customers. I really like this idea. Hope it grows more. My work here at microsoft repair

Posted at 03:52 ET on Sep 13, 2012 by mark chad

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