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Orlando has More Food Trucks Per Capita Than Any Other City in the Country

Written By Scott Joseph On May 30, 2014

It’s not just your imagination: there are a lot of food trucks in Central Florida. So many, in fact, that this article in Business Insider names Orlando as the Food Truck Capital of the U.S. We don’t have the most food trucks — that would be Los Angeles with 269. But our 94 trucks work out to more than 37 per 100,000 people L.A. has just under 7 per 100K citizens — and you thought the lines were long here!

I guess this is where a trite writer would say, “Keep on truckin’.” But I’ll not do that.

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