POM: There's a food van in town

The lunch truck project by Food Station is closing a successful trial week in Port Moresby this week.

It's a red and black van stocked with food and beverages.

The concept is to bring its services close to its customers. So basically, it’s a downsized version of its factory, loaded in a van and brought to a location.

On its fourth day today, Loop PNG met up with the van at the Digicel Headquarters.

On location, it was stationed for two hours, from 11am – 1pm, serving a long line of customers.

According to the spokesperson, there are two vans that cover respective locations.

And despite parking being an issue, the lunch trucks covered most of Waigani and nearby areas, including 7mile, 6mile, Waigani, Theodist, Bmobile-Vodadfone and Vulupindi house during this week.

The set menu, is targeted for workforce and students, relatively a similar menu provided at its shop at the Port Moresby International School.  

The pries are based on the average income of an average person. 

Your location may be next!

Gloria Bauai