Pepsi Food Truck Pop-Up delights food enthusiasts
Renowned chef Andre Sewell, popularly known as 'Andre Cooks', curated a mouthwatering menu and filled dozens of hungry bellies as the Pepsi Food Truck Pop-Up pulled up in Water Square, Falmouth, Trelawny recently.
Food lovers flocked the truck side to indulge in culinary creations such as the oakwood-smoked Pepsi BBQ pork belly served with roasted garlic potato salad; a fried chicken sandwich with plantain butter, served alongside french onion buttermilk coleslaw; and a decadent dessert of Pepsi chocolate pots de creme, adorned with coffee granola and vanilla whipped cream.
The event was a resounding success, with the food selling out quickly, leaving attendees craving more.
The Pepsi Food Truck Pop-Up initiative showcased the strong bond between Pepsi and Jamaican culture, especially when it comes to food. The other pop-ups were at New Kingston for Carnival Road March, Main Street, Ocho Rios, and Mall Plaza, Half-Way Tree.
Yanique Dawkins, brand coordinator at Pepsi Cola Jamaica, said the initiative was a success.
"We are grateful for the overwhelming response to the Pepsi Food Truck Pop-Up, and we extend our deepest appreciation to the people of Jamaica for embracing this initiative and making it a remarkable journey," Dawkins said.