Matt Geller

Southern California Mobile Food Vendor's Association

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Gourmet food trucks are the toast of neighborhoods all over Los Angeles, from Venice to downtown's Grand Park.

Food Truck Safety: Public Health Problem or False Alarm?

Gourmet food trucks are the toast of neighborhoods all over Los Angeles, from Venice to downtown's Grand Park.

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