How Food Trucks are Adding a Fresh Twist to Casual Dining
As the appetite for trying new foods grows and consumers actively seek out new dining experiences, the traditional lines between eating out in restaurants or tucking into street food are blurring.
Food trucks are one of the main reasons why.
Whether they specialise in luxury noodles, artisan pizza or tacos with a twist, growing numbers of street food traders that started off life in food trucks are making the transition to bricks-and-mortar stores.
It all adds up to a more exciting local dining scene, says Ian Hanlon, director at JLL Foodservice Consulting.
“Today’s food trucks offer high-quality ingredients and often champion local produce ...
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