Seamless Buys Menupages; Doritos Creator Dies

Here's a news flash: Fast-food chains like Pizza Hut, Subway, and Taco Bell are slashing their prices and offering amazing deals not because they want to but because the economy sucks. [USA Today]

Seamless, the online and mobile app that allows you to order food for delivery, has just bought MenuPages for an undisclosed amount. [NY Times]

Queens is now home to two new farmers' markets -- the St. Albans Fresh Connect Harvest Home and Flushing/Pomonok Fresh Connect Farmers Market. [Queens Gazette]

Protesters gathered outside the Trader Joe's on Court Street in Brooklyn to denounce the "modern-day slavery" of the store's tomato farmers. [Patch]

A new report reveals that some 70 percent of households that used food stamps last year had no earned income. [Wall Street Journal]

Arch West, the creator of Doritos, the best-selling tortilla chips in the U.S., died on September 20 at age 97. [Wall Street Journal]

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