|Writers||Robert Paschen (writer)
|Plot||On a cold day in January 2009 blocks away from where America was inaugurating its first black president, the initial salvo in Washington, D.C.'s mobile food war was fired. In four years, D.C. has rocketed to be one of the top five food truck cities in the country. Some say, it's because of a loophole in the law. And politically connected restaurants and building owners are using back channels to squash the little guy. But trucks are fighting back...big time. This political fight is happening in cities across the country as communities cope with an exploding food truck industry that is raising questions about capitalism, social media, and the future of business in America.... search for Capital Food Fight! on IMDb|
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