When a pizza delivery app gets the green light, you’ll need to book an appointment for delivery

You might not have heard of Pizza Hut yet, but the restaurant giant is the leader in delivery options in the US.

A Pizza Hut delivery app called “Chronopost Express” has just won approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to allow it to deliver in your neighborhood.

ChronoExpress lets customers order online from restaurants across the US, but they’re limited to one delivery at a time.

It has a delivery app, but not a delivery service.

Instead, customers pay for the food directly through the app and wait in line to pick it up.

If they’re not happy with the pizza, they can also just take it back to their restaurant.

There’s one caveat with the service: You can only pick up pizza once per order.

And if the pizza isn’t delivered within a given time frame, the order will be cancelled.

That’s because you can only order from the app if you have an appointment at your local Pizza Hut.

It’s not just limited to the area you live in, but you can order from anywhere in the country.

The app works in the following areas:New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Denver, Phoenix, Houston, and San Jose.

It allows customers to order pizza from all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and Canada.

The delivery option will also work in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, and Taiwan.

For customers in the Boston area, there’s a limited time limit to order from ChronoExpress, with an estimated delivery date of October 11.

The app will also only deliver orders from stores that are open on Thanksgiving Day.

Customers will need to bring their own pizza and delivery items.