Tag: kitchen safety

Photo by Anton Darius on Unsplash The vast majority of residential fires in the United States occur when people are cooking. From 2014-2016, this lead to an estimated $463 million in property loss annually. This risk can transfer over to food truck owners, too. If you have a food truck, one of the most important things you can learn is…

Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash Working on a food truck can be fun. There is so much camaraderie between employees because of the tight quarters, and the fast-paced environment keeps everyone on their toes. However, the things that make working on a food truck fun are the same things that can make the job dangerous. There are a number…

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were over 2.5 million US worksite injuries in a single year in 2017. That translates into three employees injured at work per every 100 full-time workers in this country. As a food truck or food trailer employer, you too are legally required to compensate for medical expenses if…

You finally have accomplished your dream of owning your own business, a food truck. You researched ways to start a food truck business, did a ton of work to get it going, and now you’re the happy owner of your own mobile business.  But food trucks are not immune to problems. A myriad of things can…

Food trucks are one of the fastest developing establishments in the foodservice industry. In 2015 alone, food truck businesses across America yielded more than $850 million in revenue, with a growth of $140 million expected by 2020. But more food trucks cruising American streets isn’t all good news. This rapidly growing type of foodservice comes with…