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Per [[process]] this page is for developing a microformat to to markup restaurant menus as published on the web, for consumption by services that may provide various services such as food delivery.
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Per [[process]] this page is for developing a microformat to to markup restaurant menus as published on the web, for consumption by services that may provide various services such as [[food]] delivery.
 
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Most testaurants publish menus on their own websites. Many also publish their menus on third party sites (delivery services like Door Dash, reservation sites like Open Table). A microformat for menus could help solve, or at least alleviate, this problem.
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Most restaurants publish menus on their own websites. Many also publish their menus on third party sites (delivery services like Door Dash, reservation sites like Open Table). A microformat for menus could help solve, or at least alleviate, this problem.
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== See Also ==
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* [[food]]

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Per The microformats process this page is for developing a microformat to to markup restaurant menus as published on the web, for consumption by services that may provide various services such as food delivery.

Most restaurants publish menus on their own websites. Many also publish their menus on third party sites (delivery services like Door Dash, reservation sites like Open Table). A microformat for menus could help solve, or at least alleviate, this problem.

See Also