Truck foodies keep mobile units after they open shops

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Truck foodies keep mobile units after they open shops

William Precht makes pizza at one of Veraci’s mobile pizza carts at Bellevue Farmer’s Market in Bellevue, Wash. Veraci has six mobile carts.
Co-owner Marshall Jett making pizza using one of Veraci’s mobile pizza carts at a catered event for Chef’n in Seattle, Wash.
A Veraci Pizza mobile pizza cart in Seattle.
The Kogi BBQ truck near the campus of UCLA in Los Angeles. Food trucks have grown so popular in some areas that a growing number of operators are opening restaurants.
Customers wait in line in front of the Kogi BBQ truck near the campus of UCLA in Los Angeles. Food trucks have grown so popular in some areas that a growing number of operators are opening restaurants.
Truck manager Steven Ostroth takes a food order on The Taco Truck in Hoboken, N.J., Wednesday, July 21, 2010. Food trucks have grown so popular in some areas that a growing number of operators are opening restaurants.

Truck foodies keep mobile units after they open shops

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William Precht makes pizza at one of Veraci’s mobile pizza carts at Bellevue Farmer’s Market in Bellevue, Wash. Veraci has six mobile carts.
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Co-owner Marshall Jett making pizza using one of Veraci’s mobile pizza carts at a catered event for Chef’n in Seattle, Wash.
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A Veraci Pizza mobile pizza cart in Seattle.
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The Kogi BBQ truck near the campus of UCLA in Los Angeles. Food trucks have grown so popular in some areas that a growing number of operators are opening restaurants.
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Customers wait in line in front of the Kogi BBQ truck near the campus of UCLA in Los Angeles. Food trucks have grown so popular in some areas that a growing number of operators are opening restaurants.
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Truck manager Steven Ostroth takes a food order on The Taco Truck in Hoboken, N.J., Wednesday, July 21, 2010. Food trucks have grown so popular in some areas that a growing number of operators are opening restaurants.
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