Food Truck Masters

We believe in giving back



On the 19th of every month, Food Truck Masters sponsors 1100 delicious hot meals to feed the most needy people in London. Food Truck Masters works together with Food For All charity organisation.
Unlike other food distribution services, FFA is based on the philosophy of community self-help and is geared towards enabling homeless people to learn new skills.

FFA is committed to tackling homelessness and social exclusion by helping people to make informed choices and find solutions to their problems. Every day 1100 healthy meals are cooked and distributed in 5 locations around London to homeless, disadvantaged and struggling students.

The ingredients are donated by local supermarkets and short-dated products. 10 tonnes of food are diverted from going into landfills every week. In this way, we do our part to tackle food waste, help the environment and increase the health of London’s most marginalised communities. Homelessness in London has increased by 20% in the last year and at the same time, due to the recession, London councils have cut the funding to most of the day centres which were already grossly inadequate.
FOOD TRUCK MASTERS clients are now part of the donation as we have reduced our margins by allocating a percentage of the sales. This contribution has enabled Food Truck Masters to not only build a food truck for FFA to facilitate the logistics of their projects but also contribute towards more commercial kitchens to grow their network.
A lighter footprint for the heavy industry! We believe in doing your part and as one of the largest food truck companies in the world, Food Truck Masters is trying to lead by example. Last year we launched a project called “Food Trucks For Life” with two main goals.
1, to reduce emissions related to its operations by not selling diesel vehicles, investing in the development of electric motors as well as Ford modern engine conversion, use renewable energy at our facilities and use recycled and returnable packaging solutions in our supply chain and urging our suppliers to do the same.
2, invest in Life Skills Programs to help people develop skills to continue the craftsmanship in the recycling and restoration of these often wasted but beautiful vehicles.