Every couple of days, Sinclair Browne fights through traffic in Times Square, squeezes his delivery truck into a parking spot, walks up four flights of stairs and delivers groceries to a guy whose order he knows by heart. “I’m fast,” said Browne, slicing his hands in the air, ninja style. “In and out, in and out.” Delivering food requires military precision: Bananas can’t get cold. Produce can’t get warm. Eggs, of course, must not get broken. And people expect their food to arrive at specific times. Browne, 40, is a driver ...
A street fight among grocers to deliver your milk, eggs, bananas
The biggest challenge is that groceries must stay cold for hours at a time
Rachel Abrams | NYT Last Updated at June 24, 2017 21:09 IST