November is a big month for food lovers. After all, Thanksgiving just so happens to be in November.
There are plenty of great food holidays during this festive month, and while foodies will likely be celebrating in a big way (you know, in the form of eating amazing food all month long, and especially once Thanksgiving is here), food truck owners should take note as well by celebrating some of these food holidays.
Now, while there are so many food holidays during November (and every month, really), we are about to name off 10 food holidays mobile kitchen owners should watch out for in November.
Treat your customers to something new in the upcoming month. After all, that is the perfect way to attract some customers in a simple manner.
10 Food Holidays Mobile Kitchen Owners Should Watch Out For In November 2017
10.) November 3
National Sandwich Day
9.) November 4
National Candy Day
8.) November 5
National Doughnut Day
7.) November 6
National Nachos Day
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6.) November 14
National Spicy Guacamole Day
5.) November 16
National Fast Food Day
4.) November 18
National Apple Cider Day
3.) November 23
National Espresso Day
2.) November 25
National “Eat With A Friend” Day
1.) November 26
National Cake Day
There are so many food holidays to look forward to in the month of November, and the above list doesn’t even include one of the biggest eating days of the year (and one of the most important days when it comes to being thankful), which is, of course, Thanksgiving.
We hope foodies have a great month of eating, and we also hope food truck owners can spice up their menus in some fashion by including some of the food holidays featured above.
If you are looking for some advice when it comes to bettering your food truck business, look no further than the three articles below (a small preview and a link to each article is included).
Seriously, if you are unmotivated, start thinking about your employees, for they likely count on you to be the leader. It’s not just your personal interests you should be worrying about if you fail/slip up from time to time — you should also be thinking about your employees. After all, if your business takes a hit, everyone will likely take a hit at this startup level, if you will.
Cooking: This is a no-brainer. If you want to make it in this industry, then you are going to have to become obsessed with cooking, for it is the one thing you are likely going to have to do — and should want to do — every single day. However, taking this a step further, you also need to be testing out new recipes, trying out new menus and doing anything and everything to take your cooking game to the ultimate level, which will, in turn, satisfy your customers to the max in the food department.
Teach: If you run a successful food truck business, then surely you have valuable advice to dish out. Believe it or not, you could charge for this advice in the form of one-on-one coaching. You could even offer an online class, but make sure you have the correct platform before getting started, because you don’t want to sink a bunch of time and effort into an online course that no one knows about. Nonetheless, if you have great advice to give as a result of conquering this industry over the years, then you can literally teach people what you know for a (reasonable) fee. This type of thing happens in so many other industries, so why not make it happen in the food truck industry?
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