More reporting on this year’s big expansion in the number of Maine food trucks:
Maine Calling on Maine Public radio aired a program late last week with a panel of food truck owners and other related professionals weighing in.
Maine’s food truck scene is booming, with new offerings appearing all over the state. We’ll find out how the pandemic affected business for food trucks, and how they are preparing for the busy summer season. We’ll also learn about the variety of offerings, and what the challenges and opportunities are of operating a food truck.
Mainebiz has published an article on what’s driving the expansion and the work involved in launching a mobile food business.
Welcome to the wild and wacky world of food businesses on wheels, a segment that took off in Maine — and elsewhere — during the pandemic when traditional restaurants were closed to in-person dining or forced out of business entirely. That’s opened up opportunities for newcomers like Kehoe hungry to start a business at a fraction of the cost — and hassle — of a bricks-and-mortar setup as well as new revenue streams for existing businesses.