Food Carts Coming to Downtown

The Minneapolis City Council has decided by unanimous vote to allow anyone who leases commercial kitchen space to prepare and sell food from a motorized cart in the city's downtown area on Friday, the Star Tribune said. Prior to the decision, Minneapolis only allowed hot dogs, pizza, popcorn, and pre-packaged food to be sold from carts.
Council member Lisa Goodman said the measure will allow a set number of vendors to operate the motorized cards in specific, permanent areas downtown, the Heavy Table said. The proposal will take effect on May 1, 2010, when the city will start taking license applications.

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