Thirty-nine percent of consumers ages 18-34 said they order food and beverages from food trucks at least once a month, according to Technomic’s 2019 Emerging Channels Consumer Trend Report. While most chains haven’t explored food trucks yet, others have pioneered the concept. Take Ricker’s, a division of Giant Eagle, which expanded its fleet of convenience stores in 2013 to include the AhhBurritos food truck. The vehicle served a variety of fresh Mexican breakfast and lunch dishes throughout the streets of central Indiana, complete with a mobile Ricker Pop fill-up station.