From left, Dusty McCraven, Susan Tower and Jacob Stephens hustle to fill orders on the Deli-icious food truck Sept. 16. Tower, who owns the truck, says Raleigh’s recently loosened food truck regulations could help increase revenue.
From left, Dusty McCraven, Susan Tower and Jacob Stephens hustle to fill orders on the Deli-icious food truck Sept. 16. Tower, who owns the truck, says Raleigh’s recently loosened food truck regulations could help increase revenue. Photos by Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
From left, Dusty McCraven, Susan Tower and Jacob Stephens hustle to fill orders on the Deli-icious food truck Sept. 16. Tower, who owns the truck, says Raleigh’s recently loosened food truck regulations could help increase revenue. Photos by Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Food truck regulations vary in Triangle

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