A hoard of street-food lovers is lining up at food trucks and food carts like never before. It is a known fact that food trucks and food carts are not new in Indian cities, but actually street food vehicles are the latest version of a long-standing part of world culture.
Even before you decide which delicacies are going to be served from your food cart, you’ll want to consider how you want to sell them.
Clearly, your decision on how to sell your foods will depend on:
Let’s have a look at the most common facet of food trucks
Food Carts and Trailers
Street food vehicles are among the most cost-effective ways to start a mobile food business because the carts are easy to maintain, typically pulled by your car, truck or van, or pushed by hand and require less licensing than the full-size food trucks.
The food truck can carry any number of foods, and in some cases, more sophisticated equipment for storing, serving, cooking and preparing foods. Traditional food trucks were known for providing lunches, typically stocking sandwiches, kebobs, tacos, burgers and other standard fare for the lunch crowd.
Plan Your Menu
Determining what to serve can be fun. But there are a lot of factors to consider when it comes to menu planning in the mobile food world. Here are a few:
Licenses and Permits
Let’s have a look at some of the prerequisites before starting your food truck venture:
The location of your food truck will play a major factor in your success. The place where you park the street food vehicle should depend on a lot of factors like whether it is permitted by law, do a bit of research whether you can find the customers who would like your foods, and the prime hours for each potential location for doing business. Also, the competition with other food trailers and food trucks.
Look of the Food Truck
Consider your brand of your food truck. Have a consistent theme ranging from the street food vehicle to the food truck menu.
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