Food Trucks To The Rescue After Hurricane Sandy
Mark Perry notes that privately-operated food trucks have rushed to serve citizens in New York in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy:
There may not be power in much of lower Manhattan right now, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t food trucks of every kind coming to feed the masses. In fact, an armada of the hip food vending vehicles are rolling downtown this afternoon—along with food delivery trucks bringing groceries to emptied stores.
How much do you want to bet these food trucks are doing a better, more efficient job of bringing sustenance to the victims of the hurricane than official government relief efforts?Tags: food trucks, hurricane sandy, new york