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A new study by Technomic reveals good news for mobile food vehicles, as 91 percent of consumers polled who are familiar with food trucks said they view the trend as having staying power and not a passing fad. Only 7 percent of consumers who use mobile food vehicles (MFV) said they expect their frequency of visits to food trucks to decrease over the next year.
"The key for long-term success is getting the non-user to come on board," said Technomic director Kevin Higar. "One in five individuals is not aware of or has not seen a food truck, and one-third of individuals who are aware of them still haven't purchased from one."
Once consumers gain exposure, they seem to have very positive impressions of the experience. But according to Technomic's research, 70 percent of non-users are still hesitant to purchase food from mobile vehicles, likely to be the biggest current growth challenge.
To stay ahead of the trend, Technomic has published its Food Trucks Innovation Report.
Report findings include:
The Food Trucks Innovation Report includes all of the trends, consumer insights, implications and analysis needed to make real-life decisions and strategic plans for working with, competing against or creating your own mobile food vehicles.
Detailed appendices offer extensive contact information for almost 70 food truck and trailer operators, as well as concept profiles and complete menus with pricing information.