Food to Eat is a new service that aims to teach food truck owners with a lack of technological knowledge how they can harness the web. It also offers food truck lovers the chance to pre-order meals at trucks to skip the queues.
Started by student Deepti Sharma Kapur - the service focuses on helping freshly immigrated food truck owners how they can improve their business by adopting simple technologies. Restaurants, business and food truck owners can all sign up for the service which is growing in size.
Food to Eat is currently only available in New York City and New Jersey but plans to expand in to other parts of America throughout the year.
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