A rise in temperatures leads to a spike in the number of orders from restaurants offering salads, seafood, and low-carb and low-fat dishes, according to new data from GrubHub, an online ordering service. "The seasonality of ingredients plays into menus across the country, so we were interested to see if temperature affected takeout orders in a similar fashion," said Mike Evans, GrubHub's co-founder and COO. "Our findings suggest a definite relationship between temperature and food choice."

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