296. Food Trucks

Food trucks used to be somewhere fast to meals for office workers in cities across the States. The food used to be just average, nothing to boast about. Food trucks were a of convenience, and usually offered inexpensive meals. At in cities across the United States, workers lined to order a sandwich and a canned soda. meal rarely cost more than five dollars. They their food and ate as they walked. Some would take their food back to their offices eat in the company lunchroom or at their .

Food trucks have come a long way. They no longer thought of as just fast food wheels. Now food trucks are considered a gourmet experience. There are food trucks selling cuisine from over the world. There are Korean barbecue food and food trucks that sell lobster rolls. There even food trucks that specialize in desserts. These food trucks sell more than just ice-cream cones. sell cakes and pies. There're even cupcake trucks.

trucks have become so popular that many use media to reach customers and create a fan . Some food trucks use Twitter to let customers what their menu for the day. Other food use Facebook to let customers know on what they will be parked.

These clean food trucks, their gourmet food and large fan base, are a bargain anymore though. Rarely can you get meal from a food truck for less than dollars. Some people think the price is worth quality. Others just bring sandwiches from home.