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Markets closed Prestige Food Trucks Teams Up with Powerhouse Food Truck Promoter Generation Food Truck Prestige Food Trucks, Custom Food/Concession Truck & Trailer Builder out of Orlando, FL is turning up the heat once again by aligning with Tampa’s Generation Food Truck to bring you a one-two punch complete with seminars and products on display! Press Release: Prestige Food Trucks 6 hours ago Print ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 11, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via PRWEB – Prestige Food Trucks, Custom Food/Concession Truck & Trailer Builder out of Orlando, FL has teamed up with Generation Food Truck of Tampa, FL and is proud to bring their unique collaboration to enthusiasts and industry professionals alike. Both food trucks companies will be working hand-in-hand by offering focused seminars, one-on-one consultations, and turnkey solutions for one night only at the Montauro Restaurant in Tampa, Florida on October 15th 2013. “We’ve been growing leaps and bounds, and the culmination of our efforts to work with Generation Food Trucks to help spread the word about our new facilities comes right on the heels of our recent acquisition of a 15,000 sq. foot food truck production facility in the heart of downtown Orlando. Needless to say, we’re very excited about the new partnership” boasts Jeremy Adams, Prestige Food Truck EVP of Operations. Seeking to put their stamp on the explosive Food Truck industry, Generation Food Truck is chasing their place in the history books by promoting what is to become a Guinness World Record Food Truck Event. An estimated 250 trucks will be vying for your attention at the Tampa State Fair Grounds on March 29, 2014, and Prestige Food Trucks will have their foothold at the event with trucks that have been built from the ground up in their new production facility. “Our products and services are turning all the mobile culinary heads”, says Jeremy, “and with our complete turnkey solutions now all in-house, we are certainly serving up the options and helping people of all cultures enter the lucrative Food Truck business.” The Prestige Food Trucks/Mobile Cafe Business-in-a-Box solution consists of: Initial Consultation Truck Buildout (Interior and Exterior) Complete Owner Financing Promotional Materials Website and Location-Based services Jeremy continues “Through our experience, we know that the more we provide the customer upfront, the more focused they will be able to do what they do best in the long run — and that is to sell great cuisine and provide superior customer experiences. And teaming up with Generation Food Trucks will provide our customers the latest and greatest opportunities for exposure and success.” Prestige Food Trucks builds, sells, buys, finances, leases and rents premium quality food/concession trucks & trailers to a wide range of clientele from sole-proprietors to nationwide chains. Their commitment is to offer complete turnkey development to their customers, from building to branding to getting on the street.

Food stamp recipients fret as stimulus boost ends

“Microwave burrito served with Doritos, a dollop of cheese dip, a discounted bottle of lemonade and 1 Magnum ice cream bar.” – Yoko337 Dietitians will tell you that the more colorful your food is, the healthier it is. Neon yellow/orange is not the color they are referring to. 12. “‘Vegetarian sub’ at my high school.” – aborteddinosaur We loved school. This makes us hate school. Your school is a jerk. 13. “Baked beans with spray can cheezy product and mayonnaise smear.” – Officer_HotDog Mayonnaise?? GET OUT. 14. “Creme brulee.” – allieriggs Excellent use of diacritics in a Reddit post notwithstanding, you really f***ed this one up. 15. “Cheese platter.” – Bumpercluts Well…

Font Page 1 of 1 CONCORD, N.H. (AP) A temporary increase in food stamps expires Oct. 31, meaning for millions of Americans, the benefits that help put food on the table won’t stretch as far as they have for the past four years. Food stamps actually the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program go to 47 million Americans a month, almost half of them children and teenagers. “Every week is a struggle as it is,” said Heidi Leno , 43, who lives in Concord with her husband, 9-year-old daughter and 5-year-old twins. “We hate living paycheck to paycheck and you have to decide what gets paid.” Starting in 2009, the federal stimulus pumped $45.2 billion into SNAP, increasing what would have been a monthly benefit of $588 a month to $668 for an average household of four. In November, that same family will start getting $632 a month, about a 5 percent cut. The benefits, which go to 1 in 7 Americans, fluctuate based on factors including food prices, inflation and income. Families and providers worry the expiration of the stimulus bump comes at a particularly bad time: Though Census figures from September show poverty remains stuck at around 22 percent, in some states, including New Hampshire, the number of children living in poverty is climbing. The House voted to cut almost $4 billion a year from the roughly $80 billion-a-year program in an effort to find savings in the budget. A Senate bill would cut around $400 million a year.