KARE 11 Saturday Feature on Chameleon Concessions
The man behind several Twin Cities food trucks
From KARE 11 TV
PLYMOUTH, Minn. - Food Trucks have become all the rage. They make eating on the go an art. But, converting a truck into a kitchen is no easy task. A man working in Plymouth is the mind behind some of the most popular food trucks in the Twin Cities.
"We actually put the kitchen equipment inside a Ford Transit Connect. That was a tricky one," said Palm. Mark Palm of Chameleon Concessions has converted DHL, FedEx and bread trucks into food trucks. "We started eight years ago creating hot dog stands and concession trailers and now food trucks," said Palm.
Business has skyrocketed since the city of Minneapolis eased food truck regulations one year ago. Now everyone wants a piece of the food truck pie, including Northeast Minneapolis favorite Anchor Fish & Chips.