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HDHQL150x98.jpgLouisville's food trucks did better on food inspection than their brick-and-mortar restaurant counterparts, according to a study released Tuesday by the Institute for Justice. As part of the study researchers reviewed more than 600 inspections from over 100 mobile food sites, along with 17,000 inspection reports on more than 2,500 restaurants in Louisville. The trucks and carts averaged 1.9 food-safety violations, while restaurants averaged 4.4 violations. Overall, Louisville's food-service businesses compared favorably to other cities studied. Additional information can be found at the Institute's website. [Courier-Journal]