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Patrick Limdico is a Brand Journalist at FoodTruckEmpire.com.

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37 Energy Drink Consumption Statistics and Trends

The energy drink segment is currently valued over $53 billion dollars in annual sales and is said to have conquered the soda industry in the last two decades. This exciting segment of the beverage industry is seeing sales increase thanks to a growing base of people consuming these products for more energy and the popularity […]

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37 Soft Drink Industry Statistics and Alarming Consumption Trends

The soft drink industry seems to be on the wrong side of the overall mega-trend toward healthier eating and lifestyles. Beverages perceived as healthier such as sports drinks, flavored and bottled water consumption has steadily increased consumption over the past half-decade. In fact, bottled water is now the most popular drink in the United States […]

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Tampa’s Top 50 Food Trucks to Eat At – 2019 Edition

Known for its museums and other cultural offerings, Tampa is a city located along Florida’s Gulf coast. Tampa is the county seat of Hillsborough County in the state of Florida. Acclaimed as the “Cigar Capital of the World”, Tampa is home to the locality of Ybor. This neighborhood was developed by Spanish and Cuban cigar […]

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Jacksonville’s Top 50 Food Trucks to Eat At – 2019 Edition

Jacksonville, the city of known for its beaches on its Atlantic coast and its rivers is the most populous city in Florida. The city is known for such since it was consolidated in 1968. The consolidation gave Jacksonville its massive size and establish its metropolitan population within the limits of the city. Home of the […]

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San Diego’s Top 50 Food Trucks to Eat At – 2019 Edition

Known for its parks, beaches, and consistently warm weather, San Diego is positioned along the Pacific coast of California. The city is part of the County of San Diego located 120 miles south of Los Angeles and just north of the Mexican border. Historically known as the “birthplace of California”, San Diego was the first […]

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