There’s a new pizza delivery service coming to America and Canada, but it’s not just the kind of fast food giant that comes with its own online ordering and delivery service.
Instead, this pizza delivery startup, Pizzagrip, is hoping to help you order your favorite pizza, burger, or other fast food from around the world with a little bit of your own money.
Pizzagrips CEO Matt Cramer, pictured, says he’s hoping to change the way Americans and Canadians shop online.
He says the new service, called Pizzabrip, aims to be more convenient than traditional delivery and lets you pay online with your credit card or debit card to pick your delivery destination.
“We’ve had so many questions about how to get pizza to the places that we’re delivering to, and how do we make sure that there are the most convenient ways for customers to order online and get it delivered to their doorstep,” he says.
“What’s the best way to order pizza?”
It’s easy to think of pizza delivery as a low-cost way to get your favorite food to your door, but that’s not always the case.
“It’s actually a really hard problem because the cost of delivery and delivery time is a big part of the problem,” says Cramer.
Pizza delivery companies like Pizzaprip have had some problems in the past, Cramer says, including the company getting sued by delivery drivers for violating the state of California’s Fair Food Practice Act.
But he says the pizza delivery business has become more efficient and competitive over the last few years.
He also says it’s easier than ever for customers in many countries to get their favorite fast food items delivered to them.
Pigeta Pizza, which is owned by Pizza Hut, has had problems with delivery drivers over the years, including being forced to stop delivering pizzas to stores.
Pizzagopple was also sued by Pizza Pitchers, which says the company did not have proper food safety policies and failed to provide safe food handling procedures.
But Pizzagapple has been able to continue delivering pizzapasts to its customers and it says it is not seeking a lawsuit.