Why You Need Mobile Food Insurance

by | Sep 6, 2016 | Insurance 101, Food Trailers, Food Truck Insurance | 0 comments

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As a mobile food vendor, your day likely begins before dawn as you carefully procure ingredients, prep food, hand letter your menu board and ensure everything is ready to go before greeting your first customer. Your schedule is far from a traditional 40-hour work week and you know a thing or two about what it means to dedicate your life to the culinary arts.

There is nothing quite like owning your own business; the sweat equity you’ve poured into your creative pursuits is priceless. A satisfied smile from a happy customer makes it all worth it, and when a line forms and someone takes the time to tell you how much they enjoy the day’s special, you know the heart you’ve put into your work has translated beautifully.

With a long list of to-do’s and responsibilities, it can be hard to find the time to research the best options available to insure your mobile business. Thankfully, we “get” the mobile food industry! We know how full your schedule can be, as well as the unique nature of your office on the go. Often, your desk is your food prep area and your computer is your smartphone…we get it!

Why insure your business?

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Not only is a level of insurance often necessary to do business (such as the general liability required by most commissaries, landlords and many events), it is a critical step in protecting your food business investment. Things like collision, theft, vandalism, extreme weather and more have a way of making an unwelcome appearance at the worst of times; we tailor your Insure My Food coverage to work well with your needs and your budget. In fact, we even offer a no liability deductible!

We streamline the process!

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Instead of wasting time on tedious applications or trying to explain how your workflow is structured, we are trained to make the process smooth and headache free! We know and work with food vendors in a range of areas, including concession trailers, food carts, pop-up vendors, hot dog carts, street vendors, food stands and catering trailers.

As the leading mobile food vendor insurance company, we insure in nearly every state and take pride in supporting this community all over the country.  We promise working with us is affordable and easy!

Request a quote online or call us at (800) 985-7859.

About Insure My Food

Joel Paprocki, CIC, CRM, CPCU, is the founder of Insure My Food. Joel has over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry. He is passionate about confidently helping food entrepreneurs navigate insurance and risk management. He holds all three top industry designations: Certified Insurance Counselor, Certified Risk Manager, and Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter. He has served over 5,000 clients in the food industry, including restaurants, food trucks, food manufacturers (CPG), and caterers; if you are looking for a reliable, experienced, and specialized insurance partner, please contact us.

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If you are looking for a reliable and affordable insurance plan for your business. Schedule a call to speak with Joel.

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