How Do You Decide On Condiments For Hot Dog Vendor?
A hot dog vendor makes money by selling a hot dog on a cart, but loses money when too many ‘extras’ are taken by the customer. These extras are condiments required by customers that can be wasted if your customers are selfish and you can’t say anything at all. Keeping quality and customer satisfaction high means having a balance of good selection yet focus on the hot dog itself. Here’s how to decide what condiments to put on your hot dog cart. The idea behind condiments is a selection of tastes for the hot dog. The bare essentials of ketchup, mustard and relish are absolute. Optional condiments aren’t really needed unless you have special requests. Don’t put out more on the hot dog cart than you are repeatedly willing to carry on a daily basis. Start with the basics and add on with customer requests. For every hot dog cart, consider buying condiments in bulk and using smaller containers to satisfy the needs of your customers as the day progresses. The idea of having small amounts of co