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Starting a food truck, just like any other business, requires a start-up investment. You need money to purchase your truck, get permits, and buy kitchen and food supplies. There are several ways to raise the money to get your food truck venture off the ground. You can find investors, you can use cash on hand,…

Photo by TJ Dragotta on Unsplash Back when the 2008 recession hit, lost wages combined with the prohibitive cost of property investment meant entrepreneurs had to get creative with how they started businesses. Food trucks became a great way for people from all backgrounds to make a living, provide affordable meals, and share delicious food with others. Since…

Photo by Helloquence on Unsplash Remember when everyone thought food trucks were just an amusement? Well, we do. But we know that this fad was anything but that. Now, this hard-scrabble food slinging world has some serious value.  By 2020, the food truck industry will be worth $996 million—proof that we can’t imagine life without them. Your food truck is an essential…

Investing in a food truck isn’t going to be cheap but has huge potential, so you need to be informed from the start and have a plan for being profitable. Below we’ll review some of the top operating costs you can expect to encounter when you start your food truck business.  Fuel Costs When using a food truck you have to…

Everyone’s journey to the food truck industry is different, but there are certain things that every food truck owner needs to incorporate. Whether you’re coming to the industry as an entrepreneur, a chef or a restaurant owner, don’t forget these essentials along the way! 7. Research the Industry You might know a lot about business,…