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Have meals, will travel

Food trucks are a growing trend in the suburbs, giving vendors a lower-cost way to find and serve customers on the go

Lincoln Street Coffee owner Peter Meyer, with worker Mackenzie Smith serving customers in Newton, takes his truck across the area. Lincoln Street Coffee owner Peter Meyer, with worker Mackenzie Smith serving customers in Newton, takes his truck across the area. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Rachel Lebeaux
Globe Correspondent / July 29, 2010

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On a recent weekday afternoon, Highland Avenue in Needham resembled not a quiet suburban thoroughfare, but a bustling street corner in Los Angeles or New York City. (Full article: 1276 words)

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