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How to Build a Food Truck Yourself – A Simple Guide

So you want to go the DIY route and build a food truck all by yourself? The good news is there are many examples of entrepreneurs that have successfully built their own trailers and trucks without any formal experience. The bad news is that you should expect there to encounter a few many hiccups along […]

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How To Start a Food Truck in Providence, RI

So you want to start a food truck in Providence, RI? At the time of writing Jason Vargas and Nina Vongsomphou have been successfully operating Fugo food truck in the area for nearly a year. Both Jason and Nina were kind enough to share their experience getting a mobile food business off the ground and […]

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The Complete Breakdown of Food Truck Operation Costs

Food trucks are advertised as a cheap way to start a business. But if you’re planning to get into the food truck business solely for the reason for low start-up costs think again. The initial investment and on-going monthly costs are significant. In this article, we’ll outline the basic costs starting a food truck and […]

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Tips on Finding Low-Cost Food Truck Commissaries In Your Area

Not all cities require food to be prepared at a commissary. But as food truck regulations tighten nationally this has become an increasingly common requirement. In this article, we share advice for identifying the commercial kitchens in your area and how to negotiate the best terms for a lease. After all, it’s not uncommon to […]

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Get the Attention of Local Food Blogs: 25 Bloggers Explain How

Getting featured by a local food blog is one of the best ways to get exposure in front of a desirable audience of foodies and local scene writers that can plant the little seed of buzz and help jump start awareness for a restaurant. But when you’re just getting started attracting attention is tough. After […]

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