Catering van insurance: Where did the trend begin?
Catering vans are a staple part of the foodie scene. Incorporated into most outdoor events, the popularity of the concept has grown over the years. Customers can take their pick from what’s on offer, receive their food almost instantly and walk off with it. All the while whilst holding a drink in the other hand. The ease and convenience of getting something to eat from a catering van could be seen as one of the main reasons as to why members of the public enjoy the concept. But where did it all begin?
When the 2008 recession hit the UK, the restaurant trade arguably took a hit. With the overheads and expense of a permanent premises, many business owners began to look elsewhere. With catering vans costing much less in comparison, people could turn in this direction instead and still serve their tasty offerings and menus.
Despite the popularity growing just over a decade ago, selling street food could be dated right back to the 17th Century. It could be believed that living conditions were cramped and a lot of people may not have had the equipment or food to cook their own meals. Especially in urban areas, vendors were able to sell their food from either a small cart or a kitchen. And from there, this trend continued throughout the world.
In today’s society, there are so many events and festivals that require catering vans. Customers can enjoy a huge array of different foods, from the more traditional to the unique. There is a variety of food options that often go beyond the street food cuisine and provide more gourmet options. There is something to cater to everybody’s taste.
Owning a catering van can be a rewarding job, but it is important to have the right insurance for your van in the case of any risks. Catering Insurance provide cover for catering vans and can help find the best option for your business.
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