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27 Meal Kit Industry Statistics and Consumption Trends

The meal kit industry hit over $5 billion dollars annually and continues to grow according to industry reports. But this doesn’t mean doing business will be a cake walk for any of these companies. Double digit customer churn rates each quarter, the high-cost of producing, packaging, and delivering products combined with over 200 companies operating […]

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Can You Safely Ship a Food Truck Across the United States?

One of the challenges of purchasing a custom-built food truck is that you might not have a reputable manufacturer in your local market. Additionally, you might be able to find the ideal used food truck available for sale online, but you don’t want to drive the unit halfway across the United States to deliver it […]

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Sam’s Club is Offering Texas Food Truck Owners Free Annual Memberships

Sam’s Club is offering a free annual membership to all food truck operators in Texas. This offer extends to food trucks and trailers as they’re often called in the Lone Star State. Detailed instructions on claiming your membership valued at $45.00 annually is below. This offer expires September 30th, 2019 and is limited to the […]

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Learn More About the Potbelly Sandwich Shop Food Truck

The first Potbelly sandwich shop started in the most unlikely location: A family run antique shop in Chicago circa 1977. After the owners decided out their idea to serve sandwiches to store customers, word traveled fast in the community about the toasted sandwiches ultimately becoming one of the most popular lunch spots in the area. […]

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Can You Really Start a Cannabis Food Truck Business in the United States?

On January 1st 2018, the use of recreational marijuana became legal in the state of California. In addition to marking the end of prohibition on marijuana use by anyone over 21-years of age, dispensing cannabis products became viable business opportunity for entrepreneurs the same year. But just because the state now views the adult use […]

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