Startup Lessons From The Food Truck Revolution

The food truck phenomenon has taken the country by storm. From New York to Los Angeles, the number, the variety, and the quality of food trucks are on the rise. In 2011, the mobile food industry in the United States was estimated to be at $630 million.

Read about the following interview with Natasha Case of Coolhaus, the first gourmet branded truck with a national reach, on how she built her brand and her food-truck business. Coolhaus operates four trucks and a shop in Los Angeles, two trucks in Austin, two trucks and a cart in New York City, and two trucks in Miami. They also have a successful retail product that they sell in Whole Foods Market.
Fast Company Interview with Natasha Case, Owner of Coolhaus

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