Food Truck Owner on a Mission to Share Food Festivals with Calhoun County

Food Truck on a Mission to Share Food Festivals with Calhoun County

Calhoun County, AL – Angela Martin is the owner of Lets B Sweet Food truck and that is a pretty sweet job, but she as also made it a personal mission to bring local food truck fare to all of Calhoun County. She has partnered with other food trucks to hold festivals in Jacksonville, Piedmont, Anniston, Oxford, and soon to be in Weaver. She wanted to stress that she does not do this alone! She partners with other great owners and they all work collaboratively to bring these foods to the residents and visitors of Calhoun County.

When asked how she came up with this idea Ms. Martin explained she used to be a part of “Huge Pop Up Shop”, but when she transitioned to her food truck she was no longer considered a vendor so she couldn’t participate. She loved a group of vendors coming together and showcases their food and to different communities so she wanted to start that here. The goal for a food truck festival is to have 12-15 trucks. The draw is the variety and really working together to support local food truck owners. She also wanted to stress that all the food trucks she works with have their health certificates and area also inspected by the local fire marshal or chief. This ensures that the environment meets health standards and safety standards. Many people don’t realize that a food truck has to stay clean and safe to stay in business.

Some of the main food trucks she works with are RNB Finz & Chicks, Pelicans Snowballs of Oxford, Below Zero Creamery, Royal Slush, Julias Kitchen, Baby Boy’s Bbq, Brix & Stix Pizza, King Kong Kids, TJ’s Crawfish, Sends Noodz, Quick Fixx, Qwik Chick, C&Js Seafood, Big Mikez, Kin Express, and Taco Tuesday. She especially wants to note that RNB Finz & Chicks coordinates the Oxford events. She also is looking forward to welcoming more trucks in the future.

There are two upcoming food truck festival events planned. One is in Anniston on Saturday, July 22nd from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm at Zinn Park. There will also be shopping vendors and a great sitting area to enjoy the food! The event final that will close our the summer food truck festivals will be on August 26th at Weaver’s Elwell Park and more details will be released about that event closer to time.

 

Food Truck on a Mission to Share Food Festivals with Calhoun County

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