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Food trucks booming, but it's hard work

Saturation, bad weather can make or break them

By Nathan Owens

This article was published February 11, 2018 at 2:06 a.m.

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Amber Cafourek-Belasco makes sandwiches at Natural State Sandwiches in downtown Springdale. The owners started the business in a food truck before moving into their current location on Emma Avenue.

Tino Belasco serves sandwiches at Natural State Sandwiches in Springdale, a business that began as a food truck.

Amber Cafourek-Belasco, 40, co-owner of Natural State Sandwiches, was boxing things up last year, ready to shut down the business and move back to San Francisco, when she turned to her husband and said: "Maybe we should try our hand at a brick-and-mortar?"

Tino Belasco serves sandwiches at Natural State Sandwiches in Springdale, a business that began as a food truck.

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