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Why the Best School Food Service Involves Buying a Food Truck for School Districts

| September 17th, 2018 | No Comments »

When it comes to school politics, school lunches and nutrition always seem to cause heated debates at School Board and PTA meetings. With more healthcare data coming out on childhood obesity and nutrition for adolescents, school districts are under tremendous amounts of pressure to provide healthy lunches for students. In 2017, 1000 middle-income range schoolContinue reading →


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Food Service Distributors, Buying Custom Food Trucks 101

| August 22nd, 2018 | No Comments »

Food trucks for food service distribution companies are more popular than they have ever been before. Traditionally, food service distributors cook and prepare meals off site and have them shipped to various venues. From schools to mega corporations, food service distributors must take logistics into account to avoid product loss when delivering high volumes ofContinue reading →


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What Family Businesses Need to Know About Buying a Food Truck

| August 17th, 2018 | No Comments »

If you are thinking about buying a food truck for a new family business, there are a number of things you need to know in order to protect your investment and ensure your business gets off to a prosperous start. In 2017 more than 70% of new family business food trucks failed within the firstContinue reading →


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What are the Financial Investment Expectations in Starting a Food Truck Business?

| February 26th, 2018 | 1 Comment »

The food truck business has a reputation for presenting a cheap way to turn a huge profit in the world of food service. In fact, many individuals who research the steps it takes to open a restaurant will turn tail and run from the millions it can take to start up and stay profitable. ThoughContinue reading →


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