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Boston Food Trucks – The Whole Story of Inspections

August 6, 2013 by

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I don’t care about the number or percentage of food trucks that didn’t pass inspections in Boston, MA. I want to know that in the off chance I eat at a food truck in Boston, I won’t get ill.  I went to the City of Boston Food Truck schedule. Did a quick look for each […]

12 sick; good communication can’t cover lousy management; Clover restaurant’s lapses preceded Salmonella outbreak

July 18, 2013 by

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by Doug Powell When a city inspector went to the Clover restaurant in East Cambridge last Friday, she found spoiled cauliflower, hummus, and various salads coming back from food trucks at improper temperatures, and no one on hand to supervise the kitchen staff. That inspection, sparked by an outbreak of food poisoning among some of […]

Food Safe Guru – Food Trucks and Food Safety

July 24, 2012 by

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Today’s Huffington Post article, “Food Truck Secrets: 10 Things Food Trucks Don’t Want You To Know”, food safety holds the third bullet point. Really? Shouldn’t food safety be at the top?  We all know that food trucks clog streets and brick and mortar restaurants are worried about the competition, however, the most important point is the […]

Are Food Trucks Safe?

April 17, 2012 by

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The food truck has evolved from local vendors selling hot dogs with “the works” in big cities like Chicago and New York to a true culinary experience with tantalizing dishes like Yorkshire pudding and Chicken Marsala. Yet, the experience of eating food stored and cooked in the back of a truck always brings a question […]

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