last updated August 26, 2018

Get to know An Example Trekker


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On Foodzooka, a trekker is a purveyor on the move who isn't always tied to a single location. This category includes mobile vendors like food trucks, caterers, food stalls or carts, and pop-ups. Restaurants and artisans that also operate food trucks will list their mobile services separately as trekkers so you'll always know where to find them.

In case you need a little more convincing about An Example Trekker, this is where you'd look. Here, purveyors may wax poetic about their food, ingredients, inspirations, philosophies, and anything else they'd like to explain in greater depth.

An Example Trekker could be a taco truck that was spun off by a restaurant, which gets ingredients from local artisans and farmers markets. You can find these local relationships in their connections on this page.

Helpful Tips

And that's not all... this is where purveyors will give YOU some tips! Find out vital little details like the best time to catch An Example Trekker at a particular location before their best selling dishes run out.

  • Delivered Catering
  • Online Orders
  • On-Site Catering
  • Gift Certificates
  • Merchandise
Dietary Options
  • Organic
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Cash Only
  • Inland Empire
  • Los Angeles County

DEC 3 Find more impromptu purveyor announcements here and from the Twitter feed below!

DEC 3 FYI, An Example Artisan will be closed for all holidays throughout the year (mostly because it doesn't actually exist).

If An Example Trekker Was Real, You'd Wanna Find It

Foodzooka Splat – JAN 1, 2018

An Example Trekker doesn't actually serve food. But if you click on this snippet, you'll find real places with real food featured on a mess of an LA food blog, Foodzooka Splat.

What to Expect When You Visit An Example Trekker

Foodzooka Splat – DEC 31, 2017

If you follow the map to An Example Trekker's listed addresses, you'll find yourself at some popular food truck lots around LA, where there are often plenty of real food trucks to try! But for now, feel free to visit the blog linked to this article.

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