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Food trucks coming to Indiana rest stops to help keep truckers and essential travelers fed

A temporary program will let food trucks operate at rest stops across Indiana to help truck drivers and essential travelers find a fresh meal.

The program was made possible by a federal decree issued last week by the US Department of Transportation.

INDOT says food trucks will be set up at 28 rest areas across the state’s highways. They’ll operate 12 hours a day, with a permit, until the emergency declaration ends, or the permit program is brought to a close.

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