The Monkey Business Food Truck is coming to the YMCA on Wednesday, July 6th. If you’re in the mood for some tasty Asian food, you won’t want to miss it! The food truck will be serving delicious dishes, including Thai and Vietnamese food. And it’s sure to be a hit with the crowd!
Information about the food truck
The Monkey Business Food Truck is a yellow food truck that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. Menu items include burgers, chicken strip baskets, and fish & chips. The truck also has an inside building where you can sit and relax. This food truck has been around for four years. It has earned $42,616 in annual revenue and employs one person. In addition to the truck, it also provides catering services for events.
Monkey Business Food Truck, LLC accepts credit cards and cash for food orders. They do not charge a minimum amount of food, but will only charge if the amount is more than the amount of food ordered. In addition, they provide all pans and serving ware for each event. If there is food left over, they will leave the food with the client. Typically, the truck will remain on site for up to four hours. A last call sign will be posted fifteen minutes prior to the end of service.
The food truck is owned by a nonprofit organization that works with disadvantaged youth. It serves breakfast and lunch and offers catering services. In addition, the truck also sells its own line of products, which use ingredients from the Fullerton Arboretum. The owners also work to help the community by mentoring youth and providing them with on-the-job training.
Cost of operating a food truck
The cost of operating a monkey business food truck varies depending on location. In some cities, the fees can range from $500 to over $1,500. It is wise to do research into the costs associated with food trucks before investing in equipment. You can also consider buying used equipment to save money. However, keep in mind that used equipment can malfunction and you might not be covered by a warranty.
In addition to operating expenses, you need to purchase equipment and supplies. Equipment includes refrigerators, ovens, fryers, and grills. You may also need pots, containers, and knives. A restaurant also needs tableware, serving utensils, and other supplies. Some of these supplies can cost several thousand dollars. Depending on the size and type of your food truck, you may be able to lease these equipments.
The cost of operating a monkey business food truck varies depending on location. A typical setup costs between $600 and $3,000, and includes everything from the food to the truck’s license to insurance. The truck itself operates on 1-2 gas generators and allows for 220/40-amp service on occasion. However, you must have a 27’x 8’x13′ space and a level surface for parking. You will need to notify the food truck’s owner if there is a change in the number of guests.
Income generated by the food truck
Depending on location and products sold, a food truck can make anywhere from 3% to 15% profit. The profit is the amount of sales per month times the cost of wages and overhead. For example, if a food truck makes $400,000 in sales, the owner can make over $16,000 per month in profit. It’s important to note that a food truck owner’s salary typically does not exceed 50% of the profit.
The Monkey Business Food Truck sells delicious, portable food on wheels. Its menu is full of gyros, wraps, hot dogs, and doughnuts to satisfy every craving. Food truck owners should have enough liquid assets to cover expenses such as food, staff, and marketing. It’s important to have adequate liquid assets to finance the business and avoid running into financial trouble.
Starting a food truck business requires a lot of dedication and patience. It can take six to twelve months to reach breakeven point. However, if you’re passionate about cooking and know how to consistently cook items that people want, it can be a lucrative venture.
Employees of the food truck
If you’ve been looking for a unique food truck that offers tasty food on wheels, you’ve found it. Monkey Business Food Truck, LLC has a menu that includes doughnuts, hot dogs, and wraps. From vegetarian to meat-lovers, this food truck will satisfy any palate.
In addition to its delicious food, Monkey Business serves organic food from the Fullerton Arboretum. The food truck also gives foster youth in the area job opportunities and onsite training. The company is committed to ensuring that the young people it employs are treated fairly and are able to work with integrity.