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Green Truck On The Go

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    Here Comes The Sun-Powered Smoothie TruckOrganic Oasis picks up Green Truck On The Go’s baton, leaving a reduced carbon footprint along the way.
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    Bool Adds Truck #2; Green Truck Has Black Bean BurgersBool BBQ has a new truck and Green Truck on the go has new menu items.
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    South Philly Comes to West L.A.; Kogi Parked in Culver City and Mid-WilshireSouth Philly Experience brings its crossover cheesesteaks over to West L.A. and Kogi provides lunch for Mid-Wilshire and Culver City.
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    Baby’s Badass Rides into Culver City; Kogi Hits KTownBaby’s Badass brings their burgers to Culver City while Kogi Azul appears in Koreatown.
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    South Philly Experience Debuts in West L.A.; Border Grill at Miracle MileSouth Philly Experience finally hits L.A. Streets and Border Grill slings gourmet tacos at Miracle Mile.
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    Kogi in Little Tokyo, Mid-Wilshire, and West L.A.; India Jones Hits U.S.C.Kogi still pounding the pavements between three neighborhoods and India Jones is parked at U.S.C.
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    Dosa Truck Back in Santa Monica; Kogi Parks in West L.A. and Ladera HeightsKogi’s spread across the land today, while Dosa Truck is back on the block.
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    Calbi BBQ Comes to U.S.C.; Baby’s Badass Cruises to Miracle MileKogi’s competitors rule Wilshire Blvd. today.
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    Nom Nom Appears at Mid-Wilshire; Kogi Azul Hits Santa MonicaKogi Azul glides into Santa Monica today while Nom Nom makes a first appearance at Mid-Wilshire.
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    Todays’ Food Truck Lunch ScheduleWhere is your favorite food truck parked for lunch?
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    Today’s Food Truck Lunch ScheduleHere’s where your favorite food trucks will be for lunch today.
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    Where Are Your Favorite Trucks Parked for Lunch Today?Are there any great food trucks in your neighborhood for lunch today?
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    Green Truck Stands Against Boycott of Mid-Wilshire EateriesEven with business down, one food truck owner says “no” to boycotting those possibly responsible.