Food Trucks May Face Tougher Health Inspection

LOS ANGELES (KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO) — They’re no longer called “roach coaches”, and Los Angeles County officials want to keep it that way.

As the popularity of gourmet food trucks soars, both health experts and consumers say these mobile eateries need to be better regulated, including extending the letter grade system used in traditional restaurants to those offering meals on wheels.

Food Trucks May Face Tougher Oversight: KNX 1070’s Jon Baird Reports

  • Purple Haze

    It’s about time ! like many of us citizen which has eaten from these food trucks, some are OK, not great but some are real bad…they all must be regulated and show the letter grade…I have not eaten from a food truck in 12 years…can you guess why? fancy looking trucks is not always mean good food…

  • ginny

    The trucks are in the food service business so they should have to meet standards the same or very similar as other food service providers. They also should hold true for all of the small carts that are our on the streets in the areas also.

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