Kerbside food in a Jiffy van

02 June, 2006
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Since its introduction in 2002, the Citroen Dispatch-based Jiffy Salsa has been one of the best-sellers in the Jiffy Trucks (Shipley, West Yorkshire) range.
Kerbside serve and double ambient options have enhanced its appeal. But there was one feature not available on the truck until now. Hot food specialists, such as Cornish pasty makers, have noted that the heated section was not big enough to carry sufficient full-sized pasties.A standard Salsa will carry 180 ‘normal’ pasties (in display format), but the new Salsa Gemini will carry 300 normal pasties. Although the refrigerated and ambient areas are reduced, it will still display 300 wedge sandwiches, as well as other products such as cans, bottles and crisps.The Salsa Gemini is made from long-life, easy-clean stainless steel, but also includes electric windows, electrically heated and adjustable door mirrors and a reverse warning alarm.Price for the Jiffy Gemini Salsa is £24,000 plus VAT and the truck is now available to special order. After nearly 12 months of product development, culminating with live trials on existing customers’ rounds, Jiffy Trucks has introduced the Jiffy Café 247.On the 247 Jiffy’s engineers have integrated 12v vehicle DC and 240v mains AC electrical systems to enable the truck to offer quality bean-to-cup coffee, fan assisted oven heat, mains standby power and overnight temperature-controlled storage facilities.The truck comes in stainless steel with sunrise effect white side hatch doors. The price for the 247 is £34,000 plus VAT and Road Fund Licence.



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