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Now You Can Order Food Through Facebook

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News video: Now You Can Order Food Through FacebookAccording to Gizmodo Facebook has just enhanced their offerings once again. This time they're venturing into the online food ordering business. But Gizmodo warns users, it's not quite Grubhub but a quote, "weird convergence of new revenue streams, novel advertising opportunities, and good old fashioned data collection." Facebook users can now check the delivery menus of sites like Delivery.com and ChowNow. They can also connect to restaurants like Papa John’s, Panera and even Denny’s.

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