Question of the Day: Should Sunrise Ban Food Trucks?

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Sunday, Nov 18, 2012  |  Updated 10:40 PM EDT
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Food-Truck Ban Proposed by Sunrise Commissioner

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Food Truck Regulation: What's Going On Behind the Scenes

Like traditional restaurants, food trucks are required to have a state license and undergo two unannounced inspections a year. Inspection reports from different food trucks in Miami-Dade County reveal inspectors often find multiple critical violations like no hot or cold water at the employee hand wash sink, cheese and chicken not held at proper temperature, and potentially hazardous food thawed at room temperature. Regulatory consultant Cindy Ross, Grill Master Café co-owner Maria Delgado, and Food Cart USA co-owners Crystal Ramirez and Tanya Ramirez spoke about inspections of food trucks.

Food-Truck Ban Proposed by Sunrise Commissioner

Sunrise Commissioner Joseph Scuotto says he favors a food-truck ban in the city, arguing that the rolling restaurants take business away from local eateries amid a weak economy. NBC 6 s Donna Rapado talks to Scuotto as well as food truck operator Carlos Fiero.
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The majority of viewers who answered the NBC 6 Question of the Day said they did not agree with Sunrise Commissioner Joseph Scuotto, who wants to ban food trucks in the city.

A total of 76 percent voted that they didn't agree and 16 percent said they did agree with him.

Meanwhile, 8 percent said they didn't care.

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