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I save the people in front of practically Starving to death

French fries, rain, hungover customers: bike messenger Daniel Pafel from the delivery service Foodora about his work between Christmas and new year.

Interview by Friederike Zoe Grasshoff Friederike Zoe Grasshoff

Friederike Zoe Grasshoff, Born in 1985, writes for the resort Panorama. She grew up in Cologne, studied in Freiburg, literature, history and French, worked as an Intern from 2013 to 2015 at the süddeutsche Zeitung, and previously worked at the Badische Zeitung, the Frankfurter Rundschau and Süddeutsche.de.

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Today, no Spaghetti Carbonara, no pink Box on the back, no beeping phone that says what to do. Daniel Pafel sitting in a cafe in Düsseldorf and looks tired. In the Morning he has cleaned in a fashion store, now he has free. Since one and a half years ago, he departs for the delivery service Foodora eat on the bike. The customer orders online, the App gives voice - and Pafel.

He works full-time at that company, ...

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