Hell On Wheels: Why Food Truck Owners Are Increasingly Turning To Brick-And-Mortar Shops — Grub Street New York
When Kim Ima launched the Treats Truck in 2007, the hassles that came with working in a mobile kitchen — speed bumps that knock whole trays of cookies on the ground, for instance — were worth it in order to be part of a massive trend. Customers eage…
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Hell On Wheels: Why Food Truck Owners Are Increasingly Turning To Brick-And-Mortar Shops -- Grub Street New York
http://www.buzzfeed.com/nymag.com/hell-on-wheel...When Kim Ima launched the Treats Truck in 2007, the hassles that came with working in a mobile ki...