Used 1998 International Frozen Yogurt Truck For Sale
Equipment and Features:
Type of Mobile Food UnitFood Truck
- View Map
Frozen yogurt is one of the hottest trends within the dessert space. It combines healthier eating options with a fantastic taste that serves as a perfect summer time treat. There’s also all kinds of flavors and toppings that can be added to your yogurts meaning that customers can try an endless amount of new flavor combinations to keep things fresh. Note: The buyer will need to change the business name of the truck. The new owner cannot operate under the Chill Yogurt Cafe name.
This 1998 International Step Van Truck has under 100,000 miles and is located near Mobile, Alabama. The truck has everything you need to get your concept up-and-running fast from an equipment standpoint.
One of the selling points of the frozen yogurt business model is that you have high profit margin. The yogurt itself will only cost you about 7 cents per ounce to make on average. The average cup of yogurt is between 5 – 8 ounces so you’re looking at a total cost of between 35 – 56 cents depending on the size. The size of your servings will obviously dictate the price point you can charge as well. You can usually charge between $.40 – $.50 per ounce to the customer. You will still need to pay for the plastic cup and spoon, but that still leaves you with a product that produces a hefty 75% in profit margin.
The big variable in terms of profit margin with this business is the additional toppings that can be added. Most froyo places will offer a variety of topping options from fresh fruits like bananas, strawberries, and blue berries to nuts, chocolates, cereal, whipped topping and sprinkles. These extra toppings can vary a lot in price and fruit will spoil if not consumed after a few days. Many frozen yogurt business owners discover the biggest variable cost of operating this business is the cost of different flavors and how much customers decide to put into their bowl. One way to ensure consistency is to operate like Dairy Queen where the employee puts a certain amount of topping onto the cone or other dessert. This ensures that your costs remain more consistent and ensures a healthy profit margin.
A lot of businesses in the frozen yogurt industry operate under the franchise model. This means you need to pay a monthly fee to operate the business. This vehicle does not have any such fee’s and allows you to have full control over the menu and toppings for customers. The other benefit of this mobile unit is that you will not have a fixed location where you will be charged rent. You can start operating this business with extremely low overhead by operating it yourself at first.
This truck features:
3 soft-serve machines
tv menu board
1 large refrigerator
3 compartment sink
handwashing sink with soap dispenser
multiple storage cabinets
multiple cup dispensers
- 6167 Airport Boulevard
- United States