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After months of nail-biting, America will finally decide which food delivery app gets its election night stress-eating orders. As candidates make their last-minute pitches, apps like Grubhub and Doordash are waging a war of discount one-upmanship, hoping we pick their platform to order our late night pizzas. It’s the perfect climax to a year of bitter competition between an increasingly smaller group of (still unprofitable) food delivery giants fighting for our lockdown business: In June, Dutch food delivery…