Crowdsourced Food Delivery Makes Your Order Arrive Even Faster

Crowdsourced Food Delivery Makes Your Order Arrive Even Faster
Food & Beverage

LA startup is creating an on-demand community to monetize errands

Marielle Castillo
  • 15 april 2016

A new app called Foodida provides around the clock delivery from local fast food restaurants.

It offers two options: request a delivery or make one to another user. According to CEO Stefan Fraas, the app is a different take on crowdsourcing and is meant to foster a community that allows users to both order food or profit through delivery.

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