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For a mobile food service business owner, mobile food carts are suitable choices. They are only mobile when pushed by hand and are not attached to vehicles. Here is a brief introduction to mobile food carts!

What are mobile food carts useful for?

Since street mobile food carts are pushed by hand, the distance one can travel depend entirely upon users' foot power. Usually, these carts can only be pushed around within a single area. What's more, the commonly seen modern mobile food carts are not equipped with a full-service kitchen. As such, they are suited for a much smaller and more focused mobile food business. They can be outfitted with refrigeration, cooking devices, or other mobile food cart accessories, such as a deep fryer. Mobile food carts with grills are particularly popular, for they are multi-functional and can provide quick service. Mobile food carts are mostly useful for lunch rushes along busy footpaths, serving one type of meal or snack. A well-managed mobile hot dog cart, pretzel cart, or mobile ice cream cart can earn enough!

What are the features of mobile food carts?

A mobile food cart is very small and fairly easy to transport. Compared to larger trucks or trailers, food carts usually take up less room. A small mobile food cart also means they are relatively lightweight and can be moved by hand. In addition, they are easy to repair and clean. A mobile food cart generally has simple structures. There are fewer compartments and components. Users can easily clean them with little effort and repair them with simple tools. Some customers may be excited to see that there are many custom mobile food carts. They can put their brand names, logos, or any other eye-catching patterns on the carts to draw people's attention. Some may look specifically for used mobile food carts with already-painted designs to spare the troubles of re-painting and redecorating. However, mobile food carts are more limited in the types of food they can sell compared to food trucks. Some jurisdictions mandate that all food must be pre-packaged and can only be stored in the food cart because they lack a kitchen.

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