The University of California at Riverside is rolling out a 32-ft. food truck called the Culinary Chameleon on January 16. It is the latest in a trend that has seen trucks appear on campuses from Massachusetts to California, says UC-Riverside's Executive Director of Dining Services, Cheryl Garner. “Food trucks allow us to lower our overall investment and maximize our versatility and location by going where the customer is, when they are there. We hope to service portions of our ...
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