We’re all familiar with the FedEx delivery nightmare that is being experienced across the country, where the USPS is refusing to deliver food and drink to millions of people, which is costing the economy billions of dollars.
Now, the Food Delivery Association (FDAAA) is looking to bring a solution to the problem by opening up the delivery service to consumers.
The organization said that it will provide consumers with the ability to use Fedex to deliver their groceries directly to their doorstep, allowing them to order from the company directly from their home.
Fedex has been the primary delivery method for millions of Americans over the years, as it has become more affordable and more convenient.
The company currently delivers food, beverages, and household goods to about 20 million homes in the US.
But, the USPS has faced increasing competition from other delivery services, such as Uber and Deliveroo, which have expanded their reach.
FedEX has also faced a number of lawsuits, including one brought by a group of residents in the state of Georgia who sued the USPS for $1.8 billion.
In the wake of that lawsuit, FedEx began testing a new delivery method known as Fedex Express, which it said would help to eliminate the cost of shipping.
FedEx Express is designed to be delivered in three to five business days, but the FDAAA has been working on a more streamlined delivery service that could begin with the delivery of the company’s new delivery service.
It said that its service will not only be more efficient, but also more environmentally friendly.
FedXExpress customers who have been able to get through to their local Fedex customer service line will be able to order food directly from the FedEx app, which can then be delivered to their door.
FedExpress is still a ways off, but its founder and CEO Mike Hirsch told Business Insider that he expects the company to begin shipping food to the US this year.
The FDAAA is not alone in its efforts to open up delivery services to consumers, with Amazon now offering a FedEx Express delivery option for its customers.