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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Order Up! The Ins and Outs of Getting Your Food Truck Business on the Road by Diann Seibert is an engaging book that gives good tips on how to start a fully operational food truck business. There are around 25,000 food trucks operating in the US and no two trucks are identical when it comes to serving food. Reading this book is a good way to explore the possibilities, potentials, and realities of food trucks and the history, ideals, and purpose of a food truck have been shared, making this book interesting and exciting to all food lovers. This book will make entrepreneurs' food truck dreams come true and gives a comfortable business plan for all those who want to have a future business.
The subject is fresh and although the book leans more towards the food truck business in the United States, it does try to include various other scenarios. The Resources section at the end gives links to additional information on the topics mentioned. Divided into four sections, Section 1 is about Food Truck 101: The Basics; Section 2 is about Building Your Food Truck: Out of the Blueprints and into the Fryer; Section 3 is about The Business of Making Dreams Come True: Forming Plans and Buying Pans; and the final section is all about Turning a Business into a Brand: Establishing Yourself and Making Profit. Order Up! by Diann Seibert will encourage all those who want to start a food truck business and give them a clear and better vision of how to rearrange their plans, edit some of their decisions, and start some of their dreams.