RIVERSIDE: Hot food truck ban adopted
By PE News on January 12, 2011 12:27 PM
Riverside now has new, stricter rules on food trucks that only allow the sale of pre-packaged food and drinks, but city officials said even if they wanted to allow trucks selling hot, fresh food, county regulations would prevent it.
Council members on Tuesday adopted the rules, which they said were prompted by concerns about ice cream trucks. The rules only allow hot food trucks at special events, and they forbid trucks from selling non-food items.
via The Press Enterprise
Friday, January 14, 2011
The city of Riverside had a problem with drugs being sold from ice cream trucks. So logically they have decided to ban all food trucks.