Think mobile food vendors already have built-in cost advantages over brick-and-mortar restaurants? Well, they’re likely to get more. Food truck operators are forming advocacy groups to lobby local government officials, and their efforts have already begun to pay off. Maybe it’s time your local or state restaurant association starts standing up for your interests. The latest news on the food truck front comes out of Seattle. Last month Seattle City Council approved two pieces of legislation ...

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