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Cooking up some huge profits with your own food truck dream job

Cooking up some huge profits with your own food truck dream job

Food truck Profits
We all love to eat out new places, thats why the food truck is taking the U.S. by storm! The hotdog push carts from the past – just say “come a long way baby”. Now unique affordable gourmet cuisine is the norm and we love it. Why we think a grub truck is a good investment that will only explode into the near future:

Food Truck History

Kogi BBq back in 2008 started the culinary boom with mobile food trucks, which has grown into an 650 million dollar industry. And the future is bright with an 2.7 billion projected market over the next five years.  If you have a flare for cooking some great meals this might be worth checking out – just some food for thought!

Street food is only starting to catch on in the states, but has been around for many decades in other countries. Heavy regulations have stopped many in the past from cooking up some home cook truck profits – but those days are fading as the younger generation sees the value/convienance with mobile meals on wheels!

More Chefs Buying Meal Trucks

With the cost of a new restuarant around $500,000 – chefs are looking towards cheaper mobile solutions to serving there yummy creations! The average cost of a new food truck is around $85,000 and used ones about $30,00, this opens the door to more people with entrepreneurial vision taking a chance! The more options the better we say.

The food truck revolution is just learning to walk, but like everything else will sprint into the future not looking back – will you take advantage of this new money making opportunity? Do you even eat from moblie restuarants? Visit our blod and leave your opinion!

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