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Ya Gotta Try This: Blue Route Taco Truck

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On top of the Whole Foods In Plymouth Meeting you will find the Blue Route Taco Truck.

Their #1 seller?  The Fish Taco!

Mike checked it out for this edition of 'Ya Gotta Try This.'

 

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