Food cart workers try to stay cool

Food cart workers try to stay cool



OR PAUL, IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE RIGHT NOW, YOU DON’T NEED TO BE OUTSIDE VERY LONG TO GET THAT WARM FEELING IN THE HOUSE. AMAZING. IT’S OUT NOW. AND IMAGINE WORKING IN A FOOD TRUCK WHERE YOU MAKE FOOD AND GET READY FOR THE LUNCH PRESS. WE ARE TALKING TO PEOPLE WHO ARE HERE AT MARCIA COE’S ITALIAN TRUCK EARLIER. AND, YOU KNOW, THEY SAID IT IS DEFINITELY MUCH HOTTER INSIDE THIS CART THAN OUTSIDE. AND AS A RESULT, THEY REALLY TRY TO STAY COOL ANY WAY THEY CAN BY LOADING A LOT OF WATER. AND THEN I TRY TO GET OUT AS MANY AS I CAN. THERE IS A LIGHT DOWNWARD BREEZE. MARCHESE SO WHICH IS NICE, BUT YEAH, I JUST TRY TO EXIT AND THEN ONCE THERE IS A LINE AND COME BACK THERE AND GO TO WORK, SORRY. AND YOU KNOW, I CAN FEEL THIS BREAKTHROUGH NOW. IT’S REALLY USEFUL, BUT AT THE END OF THE DAY IT’S STILL HOT AND YOU CAN FEEL IT WHEN YOU BREATHE A LOT OF OTHER PROFESSIONS THEY KEEP THE OUTDOOR LANDSCAPE AMONG THESE JOBS. BASICLY, DOCTORS SAY IF YOU ARE GOING TO BE OUTDOORS YOU HAVE TO MAKE SURE TO STAY HYDRATED, TAKE BREAKS, GET OUT OF THE HEAT SOMETIMES SO YOU CAN MAKE SURE YOU STAY WELL INSIDE.

Food cart workers try to stay cool

With temperatures expected to reach 100 degrees on Thursday, working outside is not easy. It’s even harder when you work in a food truck. That’s what the cooks at Marsico’s Harrisburg-based Taste of Italy food cart do “I try to drink lots of water. I try to get out as much as I can. There’s a little breeze coming down Market Street , which is nice. Once there’s a line, I come home and go to work,” said Joe Joe Headon. Doctors say hydration is essential if you spend time outdoors, and they advise taking breaks.

With temperatures expected at 100 degrees on Thursday, it’s not easy to work outside.

It’s even more difficult when you work in a food truck.

That’s what the cooks at Marsico’s Taste of Italy food cart, located in Harrisburg, face.

They try to stay as cool as possible.

“I try to drink lots of water. I try to get out as much as possible. There’s a little breeze coming down Market Street, which is nice. Once there’s a queue, I come home and I go to work,” said Joe Joe Headon.

Doctors say hydration is essential if you spend time outdoors, and they advise taking breaks.