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A lot of people, especially in New York City, are paying to get their food out and about.
One of the largest food trucks in the city is known as Food for Thought.
The truck’s owner, Jason Mather, said he started the business in 2009 and opened it with a small team of eight.
The concept was to create a mobile food delivery service, so the food was shipped directly from a truck in New Jersey, Mather said.
But the trucks popularity in New England grew, and he said he saw an opportunity to expand into the West Coast.
He says the food truck business in the U.S. has exploded in recent years.
Mather said he has more than 1,000 customers, and many are customers of the food trucks that make up the Food for Thoughts network.
Maintaining a profitable food truck operation has taken more than three years, Moulton said.
Mather began by selling his truck to a local food truck in Rhode Island, but soon he realized that he needed to expand and bring his business to the East Coast.
The Food for Truth network was bornWhen Mather first started the food business, it was a small operation, Muthons company said.
Now, the network has grown to more than 800 members and offers hundreds of restaurants in all 50 states.
Muthons family also owns a small restaurant chain called Moultons Grill in New Haven, Conn.
The restaurant chain serves traditional New England fare, including lobster rolls, lobster tails, crab cakes and a variety of seafood dishes, Maitons restaurant website said.
“There are a lot of local foods that are available that we can’t find in other parts of the country,” Mathers said.
“We’ve gotten so many people to sign up for our mailing list that we have a very loyal customer base.”
Mathers has been running his food truck for two years, and it is the first food truck to be licensed by the Food and Drug Administration.
Malthons first truck was selling crab cakes in 2014, and the company has expanded to offer lobster rolls and crab cakes.
The food trucks is the brainchild of a group of friends and family.
The idea for the food company was born about three years ago when Mather realized he wanted to expand his food delivery business, he said.
Moulton was in the process of renovating his kitchen and decided to use a small food truck as his delivery vehicle.
He wanted to create an easy way for people to get to the restaurant.
“The truck could be parked out in the middle of nowhere, so you could walk in and order the food, and we would bring it over to the truck,” Muthon said.
In New York, Malthons food truck was a popular stop for customers who wanted a fast, convenient way to eat, said David Matherson, a former Food for Town restaurant owner who owns Moults Grill in Rochester, N.Y. He has since started his own food truck company, Food for Love, which is similar to Malthons.
He said the food is served by a delivery driver who carries a bag of food from his truck, but there is no tipping.
“He’s not a waitress, he’s a food driver, and there’s no alcohol, no tobacco, no cigarettes,” Moulson said.