The food truck industry has taken storm across Texas and the United States; specifically in Dallas, there are hundreds of food trucks roaming around town. From downtown to Addison to North Dallas, Arlington and every point in between, there is likely a rolling meal machine to satisfy every hungry Texan around. To keep the fresh foods for prepping cold and refreshing beverages chilled, Emergency Ice is dedicated to providing food truck ice products that help keep our local small businesses moving and grooving.
Expand Your Food Trucks Freezer Storage Space
If you also provide beverages on your food truck, you are likely in need of bagged ice or even large quantities of ice cubes to keep the bottled waters and sodas chilled for your customers. Many food trucks, especially older trucks, aren’t able to run all of their refrigeration systems constantly while they are parked to serve customers; therefore, having a front display and storage with beverages on ice keeps them cold and allows customers to see what beverages you have to offer them.
Food Truck Dry Ice Use
Other food truck ice needs can be met with dry ice, which keeps food and other items much colder and frozen for a longer period of time. The use of dry ice in food trucks also reduces the amount of water that needs to be drained after ice blocks or cubes melt down throughout the day. Remember the safety precautions when using or handling dry ice; it is important to always wear protective gloves and to never have direct skin contact with dry ice.
Contact Emergency Ice and let us know the amount of dry ice you need!
Whether you are serving your famous burgers and fries, gourmet BBQ pulled pork, tasty tacos or delectable desserts from a food truck, your service location may be endless but your storage space is extremely limited. With proper, well thought out organization you can save a lot of space without risking the quality of your food and ingredients. As a big supporter of local small businesses, Emergency Ice is proud to help meet your food truck ice needs in Dallas, Fort Worth, and surrounding areas of Texas.