START AND GROW YOUR FOOD TRUCK BUSINESS

Owning a fооd truck business саn bе оnе оf the most enjoyable оf аll businesses in the world. Think about it! Feeding hungry реорlе tаѕtу, freshly cooked, ѕсrumрtіоuѕ meals аt рrісеѕ you'd pay аt the lосаl greasy spoon. But bеfоrе getting into even this business, уоu'vе gоt tо dо some planning and thinking, tо figure out іf you've got what іt tаkеѕ tо be successful. Aѕ with getting into аnу business, there are many fасtоrѕ that nееd tо bе considered. At the bottom of аll these considerations is the question: "Arе you rеаdу tо bе уоur own bоѕѕ?" Yоu'll have tо be aggressive, dесіѕіvе and prepared to work уоur рlаn diligently bеfоrе уоu саn hоре tо асhіеvе ѕuссеѕѕ. There are more

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Jackie had a dream of someday owning his own restaurant, he loves to cook and has been told by many that his dishes are some of the most delicious foods they have tasted. Opening a restaurant however requires a lot of start-up funds, looking for a suitable location to rent, hiring staff and all the insurances required when a business has employees. As much as he loves to cook, the idea of having to also manage employees and maintain an actual brink and mortar restaurant is just not something he wants to do. He wants to cook, to create amazing foods

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When it comes to any kind of business, location is everything, where one chooses to situate a business is a fundamental question of economics which food truck owners must attempt to answer every day. According to IBIS World researcher Inc. Food trucks or mobile kitchens on four wheels statistically account for about 37% of the $1.4 billion revenue in street peddling in the previous year, thus a 15% increase in food trucks vending over the past five years.   Many lovers of street foods flock the food truck arenas in the United States in admirable numbers often in search of fresh, unique

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Food truck services are the fastest growing eating venue in today’s competitive marketplace. In any major city in the United States (and other parts of the world) it is commonplace to see dozens of patrons lined up at the often limited food trucks. Customers range from the upper management business person to the casual tourist. According to Mobil Food News.com the food truck industry is expected to reach 2.7 billion dollars by 2017. That is a huge 3-4% of the overall restaurant business. Why the sudden growth?   Food trucks fit somewhere between the nicer restaurants and the fast food dives. The

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Food rallies are an important part of your business plan when you decide you want to own a food truck. Many businesses don’t want to consider working with another business. They want to keep all of the revenue for themselves. However, food rallies have proven to be extremely effective for those who own food trucks.   The food truck industry is currently a $1.2 billion industry. In 2015, there were 4130 food trucks found across the United States, and that is a relatively large number, especially considering that there are some states where there are considerably more trucks than elsewhere. More food

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// For someone who wasn’t born rich, finding $20,265 to buy a food truck in less than a month could seem impossible. Luckily, by combining technology, her creative intuition, and hours of planning Linda Jo Kushner, the founder of Linda’s Luncheonette, managed to reach her funding goal without having to resort to family loans. The coolest thing is that you follow Linda’s example to fund your own truck. Want to know how? Not only Kushner, but several thousands of business starters all around the world fund their projects through a program called Kickstarter. Kickstarter is an online showroom

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// The great food truck race is an amazing food competition hosted by famous chef Tyler Florence. This competition reveals realistic business challenges and experiences. If you’re an entrepreneur or want to start a food truck business, then this competition can teach you the smart ways and lessons to come up with the brilliant ideas.   Up till now, its 3 seasons have been up. The third season was a bit different from the previous two as in this season, 8 teams participated without their own truck. In previous seasons, teams had brought their own trucks, but in season 3,

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// The Food Truck Business - Tips to Start Your Own Business How Much Do Food Truck Owners Earn? More than you think! Evolution of Food Trucks Is Owning a Food Truck A 9 to 5 Job? What You Must Know Before You Start A Food Truck Business Food Truck Owners Must Know Their Business Brand What Are The Secrets To A Successful Food Truck Business? What Are The Best Locations For Food Trucks? Powerful Strategies For A Success Food Truck Business What Are The Challenges Of Starting A Food Truck Business? Is The Food Truck Industry Saturated? How Do You Stand Out In The Food Truck Business? How Much

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// Having been in the food truck vendor for many years, I’ve seen many struggles, failures and success. I’ve seen lots of common issues but if you are able to scale through the startup mistakes you can find success. Here are 7 of the most common food truck startup mistakes and how you can avoid them.   1. Questioning yourself The very first of the startup mistake is to question yourself so much. Experiencing difficulties in starting a food truck business is almost inevitable, most especially because of the uncertainty involved in planning your mobile food business. You can easily begin

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// It is often said that the only business which will continue to run when all businesses stop running is the business of food, people have to eat after all. For the young entrepreneurs, though, the choice can often be hard. A wrong decision can lead to the loss of your entire life’s savings and the right choice can lead the way to wealth and self-satisfaction. The most common options for startups in the food industry are franchises and food trucks. We’ll dissect the benefits and shortcomings of both and see what’s better for the entrepreneurs who’re just

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// Name Of Company Location Estimated Cost  1 Prestige Food Truck Orlando, FL $70,000 - $130,000 2 Caged Crow Fabrication Saint Germain, WI $70,000 3 Carlin Manufacturing Naperville, IL and Fresno, CA $69,500 4 Chef Units, LLC Houston, TX $65,000 5 Cruising Kitchens San Antonio, TX $70,000 6 Custom Concessions Elkhart, IN $71,000 7 East Coast Custom Coaches Manassas, VA $69,500 8 Gorilla Fabrication North Charleston, SC $40,000 + 9 Imagi-Motive Magnolia, TX 10 M&R Specialty Trailers and Trucks Macclenny, FL $37,000   Starting a Food Truck Business Starting a food truck business is running one of the types of food establishments. Mobile food trucks sell food to customers in festivals, carnivals, stadiums, parks, and other public venues. Running this business successfully requires qualitative customer relation skill, a passion for food, and willingness and ability to adhere to the regulations of the local health. Foods like

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// For any business, you need to get the right kind of inspiration. This inspiration can be attained by communicating with people who attained similar milestones, going through entrepreneurial websites and even watching movies portraying business achievements. If you are planning for a food truck business startup, “The Chef” is one of the best movies that will provide immense knowledge about how a food truck business can be started and run successfully as well.   Basic Plot of the movie and Business Lessons The story resolves a person named Carl Casper, who is the head chef of a restaurant in California.

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// Starting a food truck is a viable business opportunity because of its increased popularity. People are getting more and more inclined towards food trucks. Their quality food and their availability are the major factors which attract customers towards them. People usually get short lunch breaks during office hours. In that time, they prefer to buy food from food truck instead of going to a fancy restaurant. It saves them time and effort both. According to a survey, there are almost 16,000 individuals who own food trucks and make their living out of it. Cost Breakdown of Food Truck Many

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// The concept of food truck began in the United States in 1860. The vehicles were adapted to serve meals to road travelers. In urban centers, this type of trade was created to be a quick and cheap option in the nineteenth century. The change of the food truck concept is mainly given to the 2008 economic crisis when many restaurants closed their doors, and the owners realize that serving high-quality dishes in the street, at low cost can be a good option. This business was expanded to the whole world and emerged as a more viable business

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Food Truck Business is an ideal choice when you want to go mobile with your business and get into the food industry. It is also one of the most admired business models in the US. With a caravan and essentials stocked, you can pretty much cook anything, anywhere and do it quickly. Not just roads, carnivals, stadiums and even stores have food trucks. The best part about this business model is that the recipes are budget-friendly and instant. Most individuals don’t have time to cook their own food. Food trucks take pressure off their backs by offering affordable and ready-to-eat

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The world is moving fast and our needs are moving along with it. Everything from our lifestyle to our business transactions is faster and more efficient these days. This has also influenced our food habits. Most of us nowadays prefer fast food on the go that is made fresh and is also delicious. The food we get should also be easy on our pockets. Where better to get such food than a good old food truck.  The food truck business is a booming business. If you are looking to start a new business in the food industry it is always

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