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Street Food Vendor Liability Insurance
During the past few years, the food service industry has grown beyond just fast food and sit down restaurants. As a street food vendor, your market is one of the fastest growing and most popular methods for people to get food. As the demand for your food increases, however, the risks also increases.
What would happen if one of your customers claimed your food made them sick and they had to go to the hospital? Do you have enough money to replace any equipment or supplies that might be stolen?
We want to help you protect your business. Our Food Liability Insurance Program (FLIP) provides a liability policy at a price that can’t be beat, with benefits that no other company can offer. Our street food vendor insurance not only offers you protection in case something goes wrong, it also gives peace of mind as you go about your work.
Don’t let the risks that are associated with your business keep you from realizing your full potential. FLIP has the coverage you need for your street vending business.
A FLIP policy covers different types of street food vending businesses, including:
- General Liability
- Products and Completed Operations Coverage
- Personal and Advertising Injury Coverage
- Damage to Premises Rented Coverage
- Business Personal Property Coverage
- No Quote Process
- 24/7 Access to Policy Documents
- Convenient Online Purchasing
- Licensed In All 50 States
- A+ Rated Insurance Carrier
Why do I need a trailer endorsement?
Most general liability policies exclude incidents that occur in, on, or around your food trailer. A Trailer Endorsement covers those exclusions so you do not have to leave part of your work station uninsured. It is important to note that the Trailer Endorsement only covers liability incidents in, on, or around the trailer when the trailer is detached from your towing vehicle and parked on a rented premise. Make sure your vehicle’s auto policy covers the trailer when it is attached to a vehicle; some auto policies may exclude trailers that have license plates or vehicle identification numbers (VIN).