The Pepsi Food Truck Pop-Up made its grand finale last Wednesday(May 31), captivating the taste buds of patrons in the bustling Water Square.
The event featured renowned chef André Sewell, popularly known as ‘André Cooks,’ who curated a mouthwatering menu infused with the signature flavours of Pepsi.
Food lovers and loyal Pepsi consumers flocked to the event to indulge in the culinary creations of an 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.
Social media influencer Chad Luchey, along with the lively presence of MC Teddy from IRIE FM, added a touch of excitement and engagement, ensuring that attendees had an unforgettable experience.
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 in Ocho Rios, and Mall Plaza, Half-Way Tree.
Yanique Dawkins, brand coordinator at Pepsi Cola Jamaica, in acknowledging the event’s success said, “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”.
As the initiative concluded, it marked the end of a remarkable culinary venture, leaving a lasting impression on the Jamaican food scene.