Push for Pizza, a new food delivery service, is getting tons of buzz for its app that allows users to order a pizza with the press of a button.
How does it work? Push for Pizza has partnered with other food delivery services that select one of its pizzerias at random to process the order (or scroll through pizza shops available). Right now users can pick either a cheese or pepperoni pizza. The app has a onetime signup to enter location and payment information.
Watch Push for Pizza’s young founders share the story of its origin and the process:
Slate tried the Push for Pizza app. Check out Slate’s experience.
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