Study looks at food truck safety versus restaurants

If you're a little leery of grabbing grub from a food truck, new research shows there's no reason to worry.

A study called Street Eats, Safe Eats looked at more than 200,000 food inspection reports in seven cities where food trucks and restaurants have to follow the same guidelines.

The results showed food trucks and carts performed better than or the same as restaurants.

The cities included Boston, Washington, DC, Las Vegas, Louisville, Miami, Seattle and Los Angeles, but not New York.
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