By the historical Water Tower in downtown Fresno, four colorful food trucks lined up along with two netted food booths to sell fresh gourmet food, from fruit cobbler to tamales. Unlike Los Angeles or San Francisco, Fresno isn’t known as a foodie haven, but that may be changing. Hundreds of people flock to the Friday food truck event, called CArt Hop because art is on display too. And that’s just one way that a new generation of food trucks are emphasizing fresh, local and health foods in the Central Valley city.
Author: Diana Hallare
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