The Food City family of brands has been making a splash in the food business for years, with brands including Taco Bell and Chipotle among its most successful.
The company has expanded beyond its existing locations to also launch a new food truck service in New York City, a new restaurant in Chicago, and a new product in Boston.
Now, the brand is launching a new advertising campaign that aims to change the way people think about food and drive sales of its new food product.
The campaign, which was announced Thursday, is called Food City, and it takes the brand’s existing food trucks and brands, including Taco, Chipotle, Panera Bread, and Papa John’s, and creates a brand new food experience.
In its video, Food City’s co-founder and CEO Dan D’Amico said that the brand has “taken the idea of being a food truck to a whole new level,” by using a brand-new technology to connect with its audience through a new, “interactive video experience.”
The campaign will be available on the company’s Facebook page, Instagram, and Twitter feeds starting tomorrow, and will feature food trucks at more than 300 locations.
The first food truck in Food City is expected to arrive at the New York Times Square location on September 30.
The new Food City campaign will run through October 13, the date that the Food City brand was launched in October 2015.
The brand will be able to tap into consumers’ “food obsessions” by bringing them into a new space where they can “experience, interact, and experience food with your family and friends,” D’AMICO said.
In an interview with Bloomberg, D’AMAICO said the brand will take advantage of a consumer’s desire to “be part of the next generation of food trucks.”
D’AMIICO said that “we want to be the first to engage consumers with a new kind of food experience.”
In addition to the brand new ad, Food Supermarket will debut its new Food Center, which will serve customers a range of fresh, home-cooked food and take them home.
D’Ameo said that Food Superstore will begin offering its new location at locations in New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, with plans to expand to additional states over the next few months.
Food Supermart will also begin offering Food SuperCenter, with locations in Georgia, Tennessee, and South Carolina.
The Food Supercenter will offer a variety of home-made and prepared meals including salads, sandwiches, wraps, and tacos, with prices starting at $9.99 per order.
The food will be delivered in individual or group packages, and customers can also order individual meals from their mobile devices or through a food cart.
The launch of Food Super Center is the first major food truck launch for the company.
The Supercenter has already begun selling its new product at more locations.
DAMICO also said that he expects the Food Superstores will begin rolling out Food City in time for Thanksgiving, which is scheduled for November 28.
The New York Food Department has not yet released details on when the Food Center will be in operation, but D’ AMICO told Bloomberg that he is “hopeful that we’ll be able get it in place in time.”