Posts by Kaitlyn Carl

Who’s the Trendiest of Them All: Grubhub Data Sheds Light on the Nation’s Most Popular Healthy Eating Plans

Paleo reigns supreme in order data showcasing the dominance of popular healthy eating plans nationwide, including city-by-city and gender breakdowns

CHICAGO, May 9, 2017 – With summer approaching and fitness on the minds of people across the nation, Grubhub, the nation’s leading takeout marketplace, today announced the results of a study of the most popular healthy eating plans in the United States. Results from this study showed significant differences in healthy eating preferences between genders, as well as cities.

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Grubhub and Tinder Reveal the Impact of Food on Today’s Dating Etiquette

Poll shows that today’s diners are defying dating stereotypes with hearty first date appetites, modern opinions about picking up the check, ordering in on early dates and more! CHICAGO, April 4, 2017 – Grubhub, the nation’s leading takeout marketplace, and Tinder, the world’s most popular app for meeting new people, teamed up to uncover the. . .

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Takeout is the Key to the Third Date, According to New Data from Grubhub and Tinder

To uncover the dating preferences of today’s singles, we are excited to announce that we have partnered with Tinder, the world’s most popular app for meeting new people. Results from our nationwide poll showed a significant divergence from longstanding dating stereotypes, as a new generation dominates the dating scene. The poll of Tinder users found. . .

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Grubhub Introduces Delivery X: Delivery Without Limits

Diners will get their favorite foods at warp speed via a fleet of extreme sports athletes conditioned to overcome any urban obstacle between you and your meal

CHICAGO, March 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Grubhub, the nation’s leading online and mobile food ordering company, announced today that it will expand its delivery business to eliminate traffic and other urban barriers to the fastest-ever food delivery in dense urban metro areas, via an elite team of delivery people.

The new offering, called Delivery X: Delivery Without Limits (DX), will feature a fleet of highly skilled extreme sports Grubhub delivery athletes — including freerunning and parkour athletes, BMX riders and skateboarders.

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Grubhub and the National Math + Science Initiative Partner Today to Support STEM Success

By entering ‘PIDAY2017’ at checkout, 3.14 percent of each Grubhub user’s order will benefit NMSI

CHICAGO, March 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Grubhub, the nation’s leading takeout marketplace, today announced it is partnering with the National Math + Science Initiative (NMSI), an organization whose mission is to improve student performance in the critical subjects of STEM, in honor of Pi Day. On March 14, Grubhub users will be empowered to contribute to NMSI and show their support for STEM education by entering ‘PIDAY2017′ at checkout. When users do so, Grubhub will donate 3.14 percent of these users’ order totals to benefit NMSI, up to $40,000.

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Grubhub and ClassPass Partner to Reveal Top Cities Participating in Healthy New Year’s Resolutions

Data Shows How Healthy Dishes and Fitness Classes Represent the ‘New Year, New You’ Lifestyle Across America

CHICAGO, Jan. 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Grubhub, the nation’s leading online and mobile food-ordering company, and ClassPass, the monthly membership service providing access to the world’s largest network of boutique fitness studios and gyms, have teamed up to find the top U.S. cities that are participating in healthy New Year’s resolutions.

Staying fit and leading a healthy lifestyle is the number one most popular New Year’s resolution across America, according to Nielsen. With the ‘new year, new you’ outlook top of mind, many people make healthier eating choices in addition to making fitness a priority. Grubhub and ClassPass wanted to dig into this age-old trend to see which cities were participating most in an active lifestyle at the beginning of the year.

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Chicago Tribune – Grubhub deal with Samsung will let you order takeout from your fridge

Your hungry self, staring into an empty fridge, is likely to reach for a takeout app without much thought. But a new family of connected appliances will let you keep the energy expended to do even that to a minimum, allowing you to order takeout through Chicago-based Grubhub through your refrigerator door… Click here for more from the Chicago Tribune.

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