At AFF’s April roundtable, Baylen Linnekin, Executive Director of Keep Food Legal, gave attendees a rundown of the “ugly situation” facing food truck owners and operators in the DC metro. More and more, food truck owners are struggling to navigate the regulatory obstacles the government places before them.
Baylen says its bad for business and bad for hungry customers:
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