These Were the Most Popular Foods in 2018, According to Grubhub

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Bean burritos topped the list of the most popular foods this past year, jumping 276 percent in popularity from last year.
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Poke was the second most popular item overall, jumping in popularity by 205 percent from last year.
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Chicken sliders were the third most popular item overall, jumping 189 percent in popularity from last year.
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Baby back pork ribs were the fourth most popular item overall, jumping 165 percent in popularity from last year.
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Chicken burritos were the fifth most popular item overall, jumping in popularity by 164 percent from last year.
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Flickr/Michael W. May
Chicken sandwiches were the sixth most popular item overall, jumping in popularity by 160 percent.
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Flickr/Marco Verch
Cauliflower rice bowls were the seventh most popular item overall, jumping in popularity by 155 percent from last year.
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Flickr/Caro Scuro
Chicken and waffle sliders were the eighth most popular item overall, jumping in popularity by 145 percent.
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Flickr/Penn State
Parmesan chicken was the ninth most popular item overall, jumping in popularity by 139 percent from last year.
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Flickr/Mark Bonica
Buffalo cauliflower was the tenth most popular item overall, jumping in popularity by 124 percent.
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Flickr/Tim & Stacy Fisher
Stuffed jalapenos were the most popular late-night item, jumping 169 percent in popularity from last year.
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Spicy miso ramen was second on the list of the top late-night items, jumping 169 percent in popularity from last year.
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Flickr/Patrick Haney
Sliders were the third most popular late-night item, jumping in popularity by 148 percent from last year.
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French toast was the fourth most popular top late-night item, jumping 119 percent in popularity from last year.
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Lamb shawarma was fifth on the list of the top late-night items, jumping 70 percent in popularity from last year.
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