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Inside the Hunt for Aftermarket Restaurant Meal Deals

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You May Never Eat Inside a Fast Food Restaurant Again

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Uber Eats Is Shutting Down Thousands of Virtual Restaurants to Make the App Less Spammy

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A.I.: It’s What’s for Dinner

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Big Meat Just Can’t Quit Antibiotics

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DoorDash Announces Layoffs Affecting 1,250 Workers

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This Restaurant Is Run Entirely By Robots

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Dozens of Whole Foods Stores Will Soon Let You Pay by Scanning Your Palm

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San Francisco Is Getting Its Own NFT Restaurant Backed by a Bunch of Tech CEOs

Welcome to the NFT Restaurant Boom

Chefs like Tom Colicchio are minting NFT pizzas, recipes, and even limited-edition gin bottles. But is the rest of the food world along for the ride?

Is the ‘Future of Food’ the Future We Want?

At the Food on Demand conference in Las Vegas, the food service industry laid out its vision for a future in which customers never have to wait. Just don’t think too hard about how that’d work.

QR Codes Are Here to Stay... but They Kinda Suck

Robot Cafe Proudly Defends (Exactly Zero) Workers From Pushy Customers

I Don’t Think This Is What People Meant by ‘Three Square Meals a Day’

Beep Beep: Domino’s Is Testing a Self-Driving Delivery Car

Oh Great, Pizza Hut Is Getting Into the NFT Racket

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Pasadena Wants to Test Face-Scanning System That Allows You to Pay for Meals

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White Castle Is Testing Out a Robot Line Cook Named Flippy

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Keep Track of Restaurant Carryout and Delivery Service in Michigan With These Tools

What the New iPhone Means for Your Dismal Food Photos

Instacart Workers Say the Grocery App Is Manipulating Them Into Low-Paying Deliveries

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Deaths and Injuries Aren’t Slowing Uber Eats’ Rapid Expansion in Mexico

Uber Eats Now Wants People to Dine In at Restaurants

Grubhub Says It Didn’t Create Fake Websites Without Restaurants’ Permission

Why Genetically Engineered Foods Have Some Scientists Nervous About the Future

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Impossible Foods’ Meatless Burgers Have Made It a $2 Billion Company

The Secret Soylent Capital of the World Is… Grand Forks, North Dakota?

CES’s Kitchen of the Future Is Sort of a Nightmare

Are Smart Speakers With Screens the Ideal Kitchen Companions?

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How to Use Google Duplex to Make a Restaurant Reservation

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The Quest to Topple OpenTable

Danny Meyer just switched his restaurants to Resy, but the original reservation service still dominates

Google’s Robot Reservationist Is Unnervingly Good

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