Dogfather plans to keep ‘enemies’ closer with food truck commissary

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A local company is hoping to service Worcester’s growing food truck population with a state-of-the-art facility, the only one of its kind in Central Massachusetts.

The Dogfather, a family-owned and operated hot dog vending company that has three trucks it runs throughout the city, wants to open a 2,500-square-foot facility in the Canal District to service 15 to 20 trucks a day.

Mark Gallant, owner of The Dogfather, envisions a "food truck commissary" as a potential key cog in the city's burgeoning food-on-wheels industry.

Patrick Sargent / For Worcester Sun

Mark Gallant, owner of The Dogfather, envisions a “food truck commissary” as a potential key cog in the city’s burgeoning food-on-wheels industry.

Mark Gallant, owner of The Dogfather, hopes to utilize the company’s Harrison Street location to serve as a commissary that will allow other food trucks a convenient space to empty waste tanks, clean dishes, prepare food and restock inventory.


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