"Bacon Trolley" rolls into St. Paul

The food truck offers all your bacon favorites, including bacon-flavored popcorn. Owner Jennifer Stone told the Pioneer Press that business is booming. "We're going through six to seven sheet pans of bacon as fast as we can pull them out of the oven."
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The food truck offers all your bacon favorites, including bacon-flavored popcorn. Owner Jennifer Stone told the Pioneer Press that business is booming. "We're going through six to seven sheet pans of bacon as fast as we can pull them out of the oven."

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