A cheesecake maker says it can deliver his delivery without leaving his home.
It’s a tactic that is becoming a new and growing business for those trying to make a living off the baked goods.
The company, Arby’s Delivery, said it could provide a delivery service to customers who need a slice of pie.
But it’s a tricky task to pull off, as people often don’t want to spend the money for a slice.
So they may not even want to be able to order a cheesecake.
The pizza delivery business is booming, with companies like Pizza Hut and Burger King opening stores.
They’re finding it hard to meet demand.
The growth has been slow in some areas, like in New York and Chicago, but it’s picking up.
It grew by 7.4% last year, and it’s expected to grow about 7.5% this year, according to The Washington Post.
It started with a single delivery service called Delivery Meats, which has since expanded to about 150 stores.
Now, Arbys Delivery is a full-service delivery company with more than 500 locations.
It was founded by Aaron Fries, a chef who started his own restaurant chain, Fries Family Restaurant, in 2014.
Arbys is trying to capture a niche market in a food delivery market that’s growing at a brisk pace.
And it’s using automation to get customers to get their orders in.
It has a fleet of robots that will deliver to customers in a matter of seconds, so that the workers can focus on their jobs, Frys said.
It also has an online ordering system that allows customers to track their orders as they’re being delivered.
Customers have also found ways to customize their orders.
Some customers have used an app to order an order for a specific item.
Frys’ delivery service has more than 600,000 customers, but only about 300 have chosen to buy their own slices of pie, he said.