JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -

More than a dozen food trucks were curbside Saturday at the Jacksonville Landing for the Fall Food Festival.

People lined up to sample eats from 15 different mobile businesses.

Food trucks have been popping up all across the country. The craze made its way to the River City about two years ago.

Some proceeds from the Fall Food Festival will benefit the United Way.

"We often donate a percentage of our profits to charity. It's good to know that the money is going to a good cause," said Chris Dickerson, owner of Corner Taco. "The Fall Food festival is a great way for everyone to see all the food trucks. They'll have fun if they come down."

Food trucks could soon be coming to Jacksonville Beach. The City Council is set to take up the issue at the end of the month.