Taco Bell is popping its Irvine headquarters right into a truck-through for coronavirus responders – Orange County Register
Open Drive-Thrus may not be of much help to truck drivers looking for a meal, given the size and space restrictions on its use.
That’s the idea behind a Taco Bell program designed to help first responders with the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The fast food chain uses its Irvine headquarters as a truck-through to offer free meals to frontline workers in large critical service vehicles, including truckers, firefighters, paramedics, law enforcement and media news vans a press release.
“Truck-Thru at HQ” serves Crunchwrap Supremes, Bean Burritos, Cinnamon Twists and Baja Blasts.
Taco Bell headquarters has test kitchens, but they usually don’t serve food to the public.
The program started last week and will continue on Friday April 24th and May 1st from 11am to 2pm at 1 Glen Bell Way.