Guacamole and chips rose 27 in popularity on March Madness weekday game days a GrubHub study shows Photo Thinkstock

Guacamole and chips rose 27% in popularity on March Madness weekday game days, a GrubHub study shows. Photo: Thinkstock

March Madness can be a boon for restaurant takeout, GrubHub finds

Corporate food delivery orders rise during the annual NCAA basketball tournament, report says

The NCAA’s annual basketball championship tournament, and the nationwide enthusiasm known as “March Madness” that accompanies it, is underway.

Executive outplacement firm Challenger, Grey & Christmas Inc., estimates that 60 million Americans are filling out brackets and placing bets on the winners, costing the country about $1.9 bi

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