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A great skill to have is the talent of cooking, and one of the great businesses to come across is the food truck business. If you are good at cooking, its something serious to look at. It has been around for years and is not going anywhere. Doing service all around the country we run into food trucks. We have even run into food trucks with a restaurant setup or more appropriately, you can call it a open concession setup outside. Ive seen it setup where its multiple food trucks lined up in a half circle, acting as a food court. This was one of the more genius ideas that I have come across. Most food truck owners have a talent for cooking, and find way to the capital needed for the opening of a food truck, and go straight into business. We even these days have online ordering and delivery, to where you can park a food truck in your back yard and operate it straight from your food truck and kitchen. These days the restaurant industry is a wide open business. In my opinion this is the best time to enter the business with the most in options in generating income.
Food truck sanitation
Now you have invested into a new food truck, purchased all of the right equipment for your restaurant type, and you are ready to get started. One of the things that you have to be prepared for are the local health inspections. These are typically conducted 1x per year, but if you receive a customer complaint, it could send you into an early inspection. Do not worry, this article will go over some equipment types and the proper procedure for cleaning each type. We also will refer our services and come out and lend you a hand. We offer our services all over the country and come out and meet food truck owners, and assist them in passing health inspections.
Food truck sanitation checklist