As the food-truck industry matures, here's a look at where the movement could be headed.
By Bruce Horovitz, Sept 2017
Food trucks were uber-popular four or five years ago, but, like most trends, consumer attention toward trucks gradually waned.
That’s not to say food trucks stopped being popular; in fact, the opposite is true. More than 4,000 food trucks are zipping around the nation these days, with annual sales exceeding $1.2 billion. Food-truck revenue jumped at an annual rate of 7.9 percent over the past five years, estimates IBISWorld, the market research specialist.
Here are a dozen trends for this maturing industry, according to the experts.