‎Tasty Trucks Shows “Vanchising” Goes The Distance

March 28, 2012 by Mark | 0 Comments


Mobile food franchise Tasty Trucks plans to invest $2 million into the business this year and increase its fleet of vans, following the acquisition of Newcastle-based business Lunch Express.

Victorian-based Tasty Trucks operates a fleet of more than 85 food delivery vans. In January, it acquired Lunch Express, which has 17 lunch vans.

Now the business has announced its intention to invest $2 million in order to increase its fleet. It plans to add 20 new vehicles across Victoria and NSW over the next 12 months.

The additional vans will service a greater proportion of Melbourne’s industrial areas, including areas such as Frankston, the Mornington Peninsula and Geelong.

The new vans were developed over a two-year process by Tasty Trucks founder Colin Lear, at a cost of more than $500,000. The business is now looking for new franchisees… take a look here.

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