“We had chocolate peanut butter pie. One of my favorites was a limited-edition watermelon, which we didn’t actually serve. But we had maple, carrot cake, mint, red velvet, birthday cake, s’mores, rocky road. They had apple pie Oreos, where the actual cookie was graham cracker.”
Around 100 packages of the cookies were consumed in the final weeks before the truck’s final deadline. Nabisco, Oreo’s parent company, found out about the team’s obsession (and that they displayed empty Oreo packaging on the walls) and asked them to participate in the “Oreo Thins Protection Program,” a promotion that gives away packs of thin Oreos in special wrapping designed to help hide them from kids.
Now that the Maverick has been revealed, maybe its development team should start hitting the gym together.