Video: Mobile trucks redefine 'food on-the-go'
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Video: Mobile trucks redefine 'food on-the-go'

With the food-truck phenomenon sweeping D.C., customers of the Fojol Bros. and Red Pound Lobster Truck give their views on mobile lunch trucks. (Madeline Marshall/The Washington Post)

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