Food trucks are not just for downtown street corners. The future of the noncommercial dining experience is not limited to greasy burgers and fries at a carnival midway. With the flexibility to be anywhere it is needed at any time and to change menu with its venue the mobile food truck is quickly becoming a valid option to fill the gaps in meals offered to our students as well as a way to supplement a schools income.
- Food trucks are increasing in popularity at high schools.
- Administrators cite their flexibility and mobility as reasons they are so beneficial.
- Food trucks can also rotate quickly and keep up with trends, making them a good option for students.
“Nationwide, food trucks saw $1.2 billion in revenue in 2015—a 12.4% growth in the past 5 years, mobile-cuisine.com reports.”