A little-known delivery service in Los Angeles, California, has become a major force in delivering food from stores.
The company, Little Caers, is a partnership between the family-owned company Caviar Foods and the private company Puffin Worldwide.
Since the company’s launch in April, the company has become one of the most popular delivery companies in the world.
And it’s grown to include over 300 locations.
But for some, the delivery experience is still something of a mystery.
For one woman, her delivery experience has become increasingly uncomfortable.
“I’ve been working with this company for about two years now and I have been trying to find the best way to order and pick up my food and the most convenient way to do that.
I’ve been looking for a place to do this and nothing seems to work,” said Sarah Parson, who works as a delivery driver for Puffins.
Parson, whose full name is Sarah P. and she lives in San Antonio, Texas, says she has had a lot of difficulty ordering food.
Her husband, Joe, has been driving her around to deliver and she says they have tried everything from putting up flyers and asking strangers to stop by the car.
“The guy who does this thing is just a dick,” said Parson.
“And it’s not like they know that this guy is doing it, so I’m not even sure how I can even try.
So I’m just waiting for it to be over and it’s like, ‘I don’t know, I’m getting my lunch today,'” she said.”
It’s just so frustrating, so frustrating,” Parson added.
“I’m in the car with Joe and we’re just waiting, and then, like, I don’t have a place that I can pick up food, and that’s when I start to feel really anxious and scared.”
Parson says she and her husband have been working on their own delivery routes to try and figure out how to make deliveries easier for the customers.
The team also found a way to track where the food is coming from and what’s in it and get more accurate deliveries.
“One of the big things we’ve tried is, when we’re on the road and people are waiting, we’ve just put in a GPS system that shows us exactly where the car is and how long it is taking to get to our destination,” said Mike Riddle, Little Caesar’s marketing manager.
“We’re able to do all that without actually having to leave the parking lot, which we would normally do.”
For some, finding the perfect place to eat is a little more complicated than ordering a bag of chicken wings.
Possible routes to takeWhen Parson was looking for the perfect location to deliver her orders, she took a trip to the airport to pick up her bags of chicken.
“They’re like two hours away and they’ve got so many flights in the future,” she said, “so it was a little frustrating.”
Parsons husband, Riddle said that they decided to get a Puffino delivery route instead of using the traditional delivery route.
“If you think about the whole process, you’re like, how can we get to that place?” he said.
“There’s just this weird sense of urgency.
And when you’re driving to that spot, it’s just like, well, you know, we’re probably going to be in there for like two or three hours.”
Puffins team says it’s been successful in getting customers to their delivery locations.
They say that they’ve been able to get some customers to stay longer than others, but the company says it has not seen any significant increase in the number of customers that are willing to go out for the delivery.