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Yelp is giving up on food delivery. Two years after buying Eat24, Yelp has agreed to sell the food ordering service to GrubHub for $287.5 million — a little more than double what it bought the company for.

The sale, which still faces regulatory approval, means that Yelp is out of the food ordering business, and likely for good. Yelp also agreed to integrate GrubHub into its site and apps for at least five years, so that its users have a way to place orders without jumping over to another app. That’ll continue to strength GrubHub’s grip on the market, while Yelp merely tries to remain useful as a directory for restaurant information.

Eat24 was never much competition to GrubHub…

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