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Ghetto Tacos

Offers a wide variety of tacos and Mexican Street Corn. Their tacos come on a 4" corn tortilla with your choice of meat. You can mix and match any combo. You can follow their social media to find out where their Food Truck will be next, or you can dine in at their restaurant.

(417) 438-4592

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Haile Yeah BBQ

Offers a variety of BBQ. Best sellers include pulled pork nachos, pulled pork baked potato, smoked chicken bombs, pig shots, smoked mac and cheese bowl, smoke hashbrown casserole bowl.

Additional items include: BBQ beef, brisket, burgers, hot dogs, Frito pies, potato salad, coleslaw, baked beans and sometimes have some specialty items like burnt ends, kabobs and cowboy caviar.

(417) 499-5347

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Lae's Authentic Egg Rolls

Lae's Authentic Egg Rolls loves to share their culture and history by sharing some of their family's favorite dishes. They offer authentic Asian cuisine. Every item on their menu is made from scratch using fresh ingredients.

(417) 733-0191

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Tin Lizzie's Tonic Truck

Offers handcrafted old fashioned soda and ice cream floats. Their menu includes Root Beer, Sarsaparilla,Black Cherry, Huckleberry, Cream Soda, Blueberry, Orange Soda, iced tea and Coffee Floats. Their soda is sold from a very unique 1929 Ford delivery truck, that is enjoyed by everyone.

(417) 718-1412

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Mylene's
Kitchenette

Offerspure authentic Filipino foods. They have the Pancit Bihon, Pancit Canton combo meals. These foods are all made from scratch. They grind their own meat, season it up and roll it into our Pork Lumpia, which is their crowd favorite.

They also have their fried Pork Siomai which has a distinctive flavor because of added shrimp. They come with a homemade special sauce that makes it more flavorful! Everything is authentic Filipino.

(417) 310-6601

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Hersey's Mobile Ice Cream Parlor

Hershey's Ice Cream has been around for over 129 years serving up premium ice cream and creating family memories. The Hershey's Mobile Ice Cream Parlor carries 16 flavors with 20 more in rotation. They create amazing sundaes, banana splits, root beer floats and freshly baked waffle cones , bowls and chips. They love putting smiles on faces whether they are at a public or private event, church function or music concert, because smiles are what they do.

(417) 825-7726

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Loaded AF Burgers & More

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Twisted Kitchen

Offers a twist on any item into a truck made pasta with flat bread, nacho, or a wrap!

Cheesy chicken and bacon, crispy alfredo, smackin' mac, ghost pepper.

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The Vintage Scoop

Offers hand-dipped ice cream, sweet treats, old fashioned bottle soda and lemonade shakers.

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Fried Fancies

Fried Fancies is a local, family owned food truck. With a menu full of savory ribbon fries, old fashioned funnel cakes and deep-fried sweet treats. Our ribbon fries are fresh cut potatoes, fried, topped with your choice of chili & cheese, BBQ pork, carnitas & fresh pico, or a fan favorite parmesan garlic.

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Precious Moments
Chapel & Gardens
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Crazy Dave's Balloons
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CWEP
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Iglesia Cristiana Casa de Oracion

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Refresco
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Charlie 22 Outdoor Ministries
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Faith Lutheran Church
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Carthage Nazarene
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Jehovah's Witnesses

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Scotland Church of God

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FAQs

Where is the best place to own a food truck? ›

Top 10 Food Truck Cities in America
  • Orlando.
  • Philadelphia.
  • Indianapolis.
  • Houston.
  • Austin.
  • Los Angeles.
  • New York City.
  • Nashville.

How do I get customers to my food truck? ›

How do I get more people to buy my food?
  1. Serve delicious, high-quality, and visually appealing food. ...
  2. Provide exceptional customer service. ...
  3. Encourage and collect customer feedback. ...
  4. Set competitive and attractive pricing and offer discounts. ...
  5. Market your food truck through social media and local promotions.
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Do food trucks actually make money? ›

Food trucks can make an average of $5,000 to $20,000 per month in revenue. Keep in mind, however, that the profit margin for food trucks is dependent on factors like location, number of employees, and the food served.

What percentage of food trucks fail? ›

Success and Failure Rates of Food Trucks and Restaurants

Despite their financial success, 60% fail within the first three years due to failure to adhere to common business requirements like having a solid business plan.

What are the cons of owning a food truck? ›

Cons of a Food Truck Business

Food trucks are confined compared to restaurant cooking. You may be in a space as small as 10×12 feet, and share that room with your storage and cooking surfaces. If you get claustrophobic, starting a food truck business may not be the best choice for you.

What is the best thing to sell out of a food truck? ›

The Top 15 Most Profitable Food Truck Menu Items
  • Tacos. Tacos have become synonymous with food truck menus, and for good reason! ...
  • Korean BBQ. The explosion of Korean BBQ on food truck menus is a testament to its popularity. ...
  • Grilled Cheese Sandwiches. ...
  • Authentic BBQ Ribs. ...
  • Loaded Fries. ...
  • Fusion Burritos. ...
  • Lobster Rolls. ...
  • Source.

Who buys from food trucks the most? ›

Millennials have been great supports of food trucks. According to an article by Statista, the National Restaurant Association reported that consumers ages 18-34 were the most likely to purchase a meal from a food truck, followed by those ages 35-44.

How can I make a lot of money with a food truck? ›

Here are 20 creative ideas to help you make the most out of your food truck business.
  1. Cater with your food truck. ...
  2. Cater without your food truck. ...
  3. Sell at festivals and events. ...
  4. Sidewalk vending. ...
  5. Commit to a route. ...
  6. Sell to-go orders from your food truck. ...
  7. Turn your food truck into a ghost kitchen.

How to make a food truck stand out? ›

Let's talk about some of the ways you can make your food truck stand out:
  1. Unique Food Truck Ideas for Your Food Truck Business. ...
  2. Bold Typography. ...
  3. Color Psychology. ...
  4. High-Contrast Combinations. ...
  5. Contact Details. ...
  6. Menu Highlights. ...
  7. Brand Logo. ...
  8. Brand Theme.

What is a unique selling point for a food truck? ›

Creating a Unique Selling Proposition

Your USP could be your cuisine, the quality of your ingredients, the speed of service, or something else entirely. Whatever it is, make sure that it's something that will resonate with your target market and set you apart from your competition.

What food has the highest profit? ›

Baked Goods: Items like cakes, cookies, and pastries usually have high-profit margins. They can be produced in bulk with low-cost ingredients but sold individually at a higher price.

Which street food is most profitable? ›

10 Most Profitable Food Cart Items
  • Hot Dogs. New York City has over 4,000 hot dog carts and stands for a reason: low costs, quick cooking and high demand make hot dogs one of the most profitable food cart items. ...
  • Halal. ...
  • Grilled Cheese. ...
  • Roasted Nuts. ...
  • Pretzels. ...
  • Churros.
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