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Food Truck changes during pandemic

Whether its the great food or service, food trucks are putting its customers first during this pandemic.

Posted: Apr 3, 2020 11:41 PM

CHICO, Calif. -- Whether its the great food or service, food trucks are putting its customers first during this pandemic. 

"We're considering your health and your wellness. We thought about closing down just to avoid everything, but we couldn't do that to you guys. We have a lot of people that depend on us. We like being here to serve you," said Jose Hernandez. 

Mi Taquitos Grill taped lines that are six feet away from one another for customers in line. They also offer sanitizer at the window. 

"We're really trying to keep it safe and healthy for you guys, so you can continue to enjoy our food," said Hernandez. 

At both the Grill and Tacos El Lider there is no dine-in. The tables are stacked on top of one another to prevent people from sitting down. 

Regardless, employees clean the outside area every 30 minutes. 

At Tacos El Lider, only two people are allowed inside at one time. 

"We're just paying attention to little details, everything, just trying to keep everything clean. We're just hand santizing, washing our hands and everything we can, like we should," said Efren Trevino. 

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