Pocatello/Chubbuck Food Trucks 2022
Food Trucks in the Pocatello/Chubbuck Area
Blackhawk BBQ Pit
El Herradero Express 1
El Herradero Express 2
Grandmas Pantry Pocatello
Smokin’ Bud’s BBQ
Shooters Outlaw BBQ
Sticks & Scones
The Slice is Right
Thanks A Brunch
Pocatello Food Trucks
The Pocatello/Chubbuck Food Trucks and Trailers Calendar
Access is: www.foodtrucks.pocatello.net
A good way to keep and get new customers is to let them know where you will be and when you will be there and this is the best place to do that!
The opening page has these features:
A section containing a picture of the unit, appropriate links, a column for product images or text and the Facebook header image with a link to your own Facebook page.
1. Your current and potential new customers view these pages to see where and when they can find you.
2. Event planners can see the days that you are available.
What you can do:
1. Create a Post on your Facebook page that links to your individual Calendar.
2. Tell your customers they can find you on www.foodtrucks.pocatello.net
3. Keep your upcoming schedule on the Food Truck calendar up-to-date.
Gene A Crawford
Owner and Administrator for Foodtrucks.Pocatello.net
Food trucks must be approved by the Health Department of Idaho
The term “Food Trucks” includes both motorized trucks and pull trailers. The truck itself needs to be registered, and the owner have a valid driver’s license. The vehicle registration number along with the Mobile Food Vending Vehicles Approval Form must be submitted to Health Department of Idaho.
Food trucks are also subject to ongoing inspections by your Local Council’s Health Department.
Idaho food handler safety training is necessary for employees in the mobile food truck and mobile food vendor service and hospitality industry.
The phrases “Mobile Food Truck” and “Mobile Food Vendor” refers to several different types of vehicles that food is sold from.
The following are the most commonly required food truck permits and licenses to operate a food truck in Idaho:
Business License, Employer Identification Number (EIN), Driver’s License, Food Handler’s Permit, Health Department Permit, Seller’s Permit, Fire Certificates, Parking Permits.
Reference links: Southeastern Idaho Public Health