Roll'd tests food truck delivery service
The chain aims to have one truck per suburb.
Roll’d has started testing its new food truck home delivery service amidst ongoing social distancing measures.
The ‘Roll’d Runner’ is available from 28 April through the first test suburb in Brighton, with the aim of having one Roll’d truck per suburb throughout the country.
The Vietnamese chain earlier launched its “Roll’d Run” ready-to-eat lunch and dinner delivery service, which they say will be a long-term business model rolling out for the next nine months.
Each Roll’d Run has also scheduled a free meal delivery to hospital staff and is currently giving away 600 meals per day to health workers.
“We want to provide traditional and freshly prepared meals for families, as families who eat together stay together. We are using this time as an opportunity to implement long-term strategies to deliver more Roll’d to more Australians,” Roll’d founder Bao Hoang said in a media release.