In Mexico City, most people get food from street vendors at all hours of the day. In this sprawling metropolis of over 20 million, more than 100,000 informal points of sale offer tacos, tortas, beverages and sweets to passersby. Fast and affordable, these on-the-go meals and snacks are rooted in local culinary traditions, which makes them even more popular. Street vendors are everywhere, hailing motorists or setting their carts up in market squares for a day — or even just a few hours.
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