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In an age where restaurant chains pockmark cities and neighborhoods, it might seem like our country’s creativity and diversity is losing to big names like Mcdonald’s, Wendy’s, and Chipotle, but the rising food truck revolution, the growing popularity of farmer’s markets, and the innovating chefs and caterers opening their own businesses, give us hope for a future where diverse local economies flourish.

Here are a few reasons we should celebrate the entrepreneurs and chefs courageous enough to stand up to the food empires:

1. Local food businesses boost the economies of their communities. Purchasing from them keeps money and jobs at home rather than supporting distant corporations.

2. Food vendors, chefs, and caterers preserve the diverse foods and tastes of their community.

3. Food vendors, chefs, and caterers also innovate and create new and exciting foods. They are food artists.

4. Small food businesses are built for love not just for riches. (Although, they deserve riches.)

5. Farmer’s market vendors make fresher and more nutritional food available to their community.

6. Small food businesses preserve the connection between the chef who made the food and the person who eats the food.

7. Local small businesses care about your community, and they give back to it. According to Forbes Magazine:

Small businesses deliver community character and economic advantages to the town they are positioned in, but also strengthen partnerships among neighbors, residents, other small business owners, community leaders and even schools by offering social and economic relationships. Many also support local causes, creating even more good within a community.”

So what should we do? We should know and support small food businesses. We should think twice about where we buy our vegetables and where we go for lunch. We should support local catering companies rather than feeding our friends with food from big chains.

Share this post to encourage others to celebrate personal chefs, caterers, and food vendors because they do important work.

At FLIP, we celebrate small business owners. FLIP was created to make it easier for personal chefs, caterers, and food vendors to get the business insurance they need quickly and at an affordable price. We have created an online program that allows food business owners to get the coverage they need and the proof of their insurance in just a few minutes. We want to set an example of doing what we can to make life easier for entrepreneurs.

Visit us here to learn more about us and the creation of the Food Liability Insurance Program.

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