More food trucks could be coming to Charlotte on the back of a new state law on food rules.
Before, food truck operators were forced to cook food in a kitchen and then heat it up later in their trucks.
The change in food rules now allows them to cook food in their trucks if they meet sanitation requirements.
“I think it allows you a little more freedom to do things out of your truck per say than not. But I think what’s going to happen is you are going to get a lot more people out on the streets who may not have the proper food handling they should,” said Roaming Fork owner Kelli Crisan.
The law changed after complaints that it was too expensive to maintain a commercial kitchen and a food truck.