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A comprehensive "to do" list and reality check for those who want to open a food truck
on December 10, 2012
A surprisingly comprehensive book, akin to something I would see from Nolo Press. To get an idea of what's actually in the book itself, click on "look inside the book" at the top of the product page.
The book is basically a major "to do" list of all the things that you have to think about and address before you get started, including employee issues which are really important, especially for a small business owner. Licenses, food safety, permits, etc., are covered. Don't be tempted to skip over anything if you are truly serious about starting this type of business because it may come back to haunt you. The author has done people a great service with this, because the food business is really hard, and unless you have a fire in your belly for it, save yourself the pain and frustration by not going into it in this way if you are not fully cognizant of what you are getting into.