Transcript for Running a food truck is a lot harder than it looks, study finds
Look, we're happy and a little chillier outside. Good morning again, guys. How are you doing? All right. They're being fed. Why not. It's outside. It's cold but these guys are warming up with some amazing food from this cafe, the first ethiopian food truck in New York City. I've never heard of it. Here is the owner. Eden gebre-egziabher. So good to see you. Good to see you. You're no ordinary food truck owner. You have an mba but your dream was always to have a food truck. Why is that. It's interesting how you said that. I grew up loving food and when I was in college I started to work in the restaurant industry and I absolutely fell in love with the industry and then after that I worked a few jobs and went and got my mba specifically in food and beverage industry and about two years ago I wanted to have a dream to combine east African food with American palette and here we are a year later, and the dream has finally come true. I love it and love the truck. I love leaning up against the truck. Do you have any ethiopian coffee. I do have some for you. In the "Good morning America" mug. Yes. Oh, it smells so good. I can't even tell you. Listen, learn more about how maybe you want to start a food truck in your city, for help go to food truck nation just released by the U.S. Chamber of commerce foundation and have a sip of my C
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