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You May See More Food Trucks Due to COVID – 19

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There’s a bright side to every dark cloud, and in the case of COVID-19, a bright side could be the rebirth of food trucks. Mobile kitchens have long been a staple, catering to office workers on city streets during the week and setting up shop at venues from farmers markets to breweries on weekends. We remember back in the day calling them “the buscuit bit**”.  But this past year, many trucks have added visits to residential neighborhoods, bringing a tasty diversion to families who are staying close to home.

No Designated Dining Areas

Since they don’t have designated dining areas, many food trucks are able to maintain a socially distant business model. Some have even adopted online ordering systems to keep lines from forming around the parking lot—all convenient adaptations that will likely stick around as life gets back to normal.

Another plus: Mobile eateries run the gamut in style and flavor, and their owner/chefs aren’t afraid to experiment. If you haven’t checked one out lately, you should.

Photo: Gracie Stackhouse

 

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