Food Trucks Serve Busy Urban Diners, Introduce New Chefs, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

The recent boom in food trucks is largely attributed to a shift in urban consumer taste and a rise of food industry entrepreneurs around the time of the Great Recession (late 2007 to mid-2009).  With the help of social media, food trucks went from constructions site fixtures to staples of urban dining.  While Los Angeles-based Kogi Korean BBQ is seen as a starting point for the food truck boom back in 2008, a number of other major U.S. cities saw increases in food trucks around the same time. As a food industry business, food trucks also offer a low-investment alternative…

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