17 Oct '11, 11am

Ask Pablo: Are Food Trucks Greener Than Resaurants?: Image credit: Ricardo Diaz, used under Creative Commons li...

Dear Pablo: The latest craze seems to be food trucks and I want to know, which is greener: food trucks or restaurants? Food trucks have become the latest foodie fad, with mobile gourmet canteens flooding the domain of roach coaches all across the US. Aside from just being part of the general trend in increasing nutritional awareness among consumers of food truck meals, food trucks are now also providing a restaurant alternative to hipsters and yuppies. With this demographic's keen interest in the declining state of our environment, it is only natural to wonder which has a lower impact on the environment: a food truck or a restaurant. Of course, there are many components, so let's take a look at a few.

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