A recent report undertaken by Austin/Travis Co. Health and Human Services shows that nearly 20 percent of Austin's food trucks are currently struggling to pass local health inspections. One of the most common problems these food trucks are facing is not keeping food at the correct (and safe) temperature or do not offer employees a place to wash their hands. Additionally, many of these trucks are operating without correct permits.
While only ten years ago, Austin had merely one health inspector required to monitor the city's mobile restaurants, today there are six that undertake regular inspections on the various food trucks currently operating out of the city.
How can you keep your food truck open and operating? Read More