BALTIMORE — With lots of restaurants and bars closed, and others only able to deliver or do carry-out, food trucks are still an option if you're looking for some good eating.
Maryland Best Food Trucks has launched a website for customers to find and order from food trucks online.
The platform allows users to avoid waiting in line and the exchanging of cash or cards, keeping both customers and staff safe.
Staff is also available around the clock to help dispatch and coordinate food trucks for emergency meals for hospitals and clinics, homeless and domestic violence shelters, government agencies, groups coordinating meals for children out of school, or any other organization.
Maryland Best Food Trucks is also asking food trucks to follow additional precautions, including:
● Checking employees for fever
● Wiping down cooking and preparation surfaces twice as often as normal using a 10% bleach (or equivalent) solution.
● Working with food suppliers that are proactively following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidelines and current best practices.