As the New York Times reports today, food trucks in Los Angeles county will be judged by the same health department standards as brick-and-mortar restaurants, and even have to post their letter grade after the annual inspection. That means if they get below a C, they go bye-bye, just like the restaurants. This is a serious moment for food trucks—since we're eating at them with more frequency, they must meet the same food safety and hygiene standards. But wasn't there something kind of charming about your sketchy-looking taco truck or chicken and rice cart? Do you think NYC should implement the same rules for trucks and carts? Take the poll! »
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