By Candice Bussoli
Sn the Brussels tarmac, not a shadow of a colorful food truck. To find them, you have to turn more to festivals and private events. With the desire to show the public a talent for cooking, more and more people want to embark on the adventure. “This allows you to break the metro/work/sleep routine,” explains Fabrice Willot, president of the Food Truck Federation. Still, while quite a few new food trucks are hitting the road, the total number of them is only going down. Why ? Abandonment.
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