Mobile Kitchens Louisiana
Mobile kitchens for Louisiana are available anytime and anywhere a kitchen, refrigeration or mobile shower is needed. As a national leader in mobile kitchen solutions CMK is ready to meet the rapidly growing demand for mobile kitchens in Louisiana. Our 24-hour customer service can provide you with the appropriate mobile kitchen and support units when and where you need them.
Whether you need a mobile kitchen for a community food program, a fair or festival, for disaster relief special occasion, on location for a film set, or a temporary kitchen during repairs or remodeling, CMK is the nation’s most accessible, cost effective and customer oriented provider of mobile kitchens.
We have mobile equipment stationed at various locations throughout the United States and match your project with the best and closest equipment to your delivery location.
Community food programs
Louisiana’s community food programs distributes around 53 million pounds of food annually, enough for 44 million meals. The food is distributed through a network of community programs across the state, including rural areas.
Meal preparation often relies on church or community center kitchens. Depending on local regulations, mobile kitchens are a strong option for delivering freshly prepared meals to rural communities that may not provide appropriate kitchen space.
Louisiana food festivals
Good food is found everywhere in Louisiana, the two most popular cuisine being Creole and Cajun. It’s no accident that the world famous Tabasco Sauce was invented in Louisiana and is still produced there.
Seafood is a common denominator in Louisiana food and food festivals reflect the local tastes. Whether your tastes tend to seafood gumbo, crab, catfish craw fish, grilled oysters, red beans and rice, BBQ, peach pies or fried alligator, there is a food festival, caterer or restaurant serving it up. Mobile kitchens from CMK are a perfect way to join in and introduce your favorite Louisiana recipes at a food festival, or to help launch a catering business.
Recovering from disasters
Louisiana experiences floods and tropical storms every year. Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005 followed by the oil spill from the Deepwater Horizon explosion five years later caused enormous damage. Flooding in 2016 was estimated at $10 billion recovery costs and 2017 and 2018 have reported record floods. At least 20 tornadoes touched down in one weekend in April 2018. As of 2017, 85-percent of the population was recovering from disasters.
Louisianians are resilient and determined, pitching in to help their communities recover when disaster strikes. Mobile kitchens play an important part in feeding and providing showers for relief crews and evacuation centers. Mobile kitchens from CMK are available to be quickly delivered to any relief site. Mobile kitchens can be essential for back-up kitchen while a restaurant is rebuilding.
Louisiana is a cultural melting pot
Good food and music, and a society that celebrates a range of cultural roots are part of what help 4.68 million Louisianans keep their resilient and good neighbor spirit. The unofficial state motto, “Laissez les bons temps rouler” (let the good times roll)sums up the local spirit.
Louisiana history as a melting pot of French, African, American and French-Canadian cultures is reflected in its Creole and Cajun cultures. The capital is Baton Rouge and the largest city, New Orleans, is known for the French Quarter, Mardi Gras festival, jazz music, and food. The state boasts museums, art galleries, the Audubon Nature Institute, the Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, the Global Wildlife Center and a lot of plantation museums.
The GPS coordinates for Baton Rouge, Louisiana are 30.4515° N, 91.1871° W