With every year of mobile food industry growth, there have been many new inventions that have come along that have been designed specifically to help food truck owners and the customers that follow them.

Freehand TrayToday isn’t any different. We recently found out about a new product that will help to alleviate a common frustration for anyone that has ever visited a food truck. The ability to hold your food without the need of a third hand.

The Freehand Tray allows food truck customers to buy more because they can hold more food truck food comfortably and efficiently. The fans of food trucks will love it because they have more control over their food. Tthe FreeHand Tray is left/right hand specific, food truck fans can confidently purchase more items, and it is 100% green.

So what does this free hand allow you to do? The website gives a few suggestions…

  • Blow a kiss
  • Catch a foul ball
  • Shot put
  • Open a door
  • Finger paint with condiments
  • Wave hello
  • Update your Facebook status
  • Tweet us a photo #FreeHandTray

To us, the logical use would be to pay for more food from another food truck.

The FreeHand Tray is made from 100% post consumer content; it is 100% recyclable, 100% biodegradable, and 100% compostable.

This inventive product will give mobile food customers more reasons to buy from food trucks, food carts or street food vendors. It also give food truck owners or food truck event planners an avenue for brand marketing giving marketing, sponsorship & corporate partnership staff more real estate to sell.

The FreeHand Tray is fully customizable for size or branding purposes. Custom pricing, custom graphics, and a custom model are only a phone call away. The FreeHand Tray adds value for both the customer and the mobile food vendor.

At this point we’re not sure how quickly we’ll see this item handed out by individual food trucks but this product is sure to be a hit with food truck event organizers.

If you are interested in purchasing Freehand Trays, you can get more information from the Freehand Website.