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  • Americans are ordering pizza via Facebook
  • Americans are ordering pizza via Facebook
    Eaters Collective (2017) ©
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Americans are ordering pizza via Facebook

A late night in with pizza is sometimes necessary – especially in the US, where the doughy cuisine is the nation’s favourite comfort food. But with more than two-thirds of online orders abandoned, pizzerias are working to create a more seamless process with the help of Facebook bots.

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