Food trucks rev-up fast food

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When you think about street food, you may conjure up images of greasy burgers, dubious-looking kebabs and a dodgy looking sauce.

But all that is starting to change as chefs take to the street, using food trucks as way of testing menus and locations before they set up a bricks and mortar restaurant.

Lucy Burton reports.

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