ResearchAndMarkets.com published a new article on the food trucks industry "Food Trucks Continuing to Operate During the COVID-19 Crisis"
Many food truck operators have been affected by cancellations of events such as festivals, parades and fairs. Operators have also seen lower sales as a result of more people staying at home. In order to comply with social distancing guidelines the food service industry had to close dining rooms and move to offering take out. Food truck operators were already used to operate a grab and go model which has allowed some to continue operating throughout the pandemic.
Some operators have adapted by travelling to residential neighborhoods rather than setting up near office buildings many of which are closed. Others have parked near hospitals or other essential workplaces or operated as mobile grocery stores. Many operators have made use of apps like BestFoodTrucks and Street Food Finder to stay connected with customers and allow them to order takeout online. Since April, the Federal Highway Administration has allowed food trucks to set up on highway rest areas in order to feed truck drivers affected by food service closures.
To see the full article and a list of related reports on the market, visit "Food Trucks Continuing to Operate During the COVID-19 Crisis"
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