Deep fried shrimp tacos, burgers topped with fresh avocado, and crispy fries with Cajun seasoning.  Does the mere appearance of food trucks really matter when you’re placing an order?  Maybe it depends on which side of the tracks you’re from.  See what business executives at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank have to say in this L.A. Weekly food feature from May 9 – May 16, 2012.

Seafood taco by Prime Time Cuisine by Anne Fishbein for L.A. Weekly

Originally from New Zealand, Andrew Jeffries is V.P. of Programming at Clear Channel Media and Entertainment.

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