New Wetzel's Pretzel truck treks to coronavirus frontlines
PASADENA, Calif. - Who doesn't love a hot bread pretzel? Pasadena based Wetzel's Pretzel had just launched a food truck pre-coronavirus pandemic. With the "Safer at Home" order they've put that truck to good use.
Wetzel's pulled up at the Pasadena Police and Pasadena Fire Stations for free bread pretzels for those on the pandemic front lines.
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Wetzel’s CEO, Jennifer Schuler describes the bright yellow pretzel truck "like the ice cream truck" coming down the street.
They’ve brought the Wetzel’s Pretzel Food Truck to pass out free pretzels for first responders, hospital workers, a drugstore.
In April they celebrated National Pretzel Day, which is historically their biggest celebration of the year.
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With the coronavirus crisis, most of their locations are shut down. You most often find Wetzel's Pretzels at malls but also at LA's Union Station and Dodger Stadium.
The chain has 350 stores nationwide, half in California.