DALLAS -- The classic pastime of "dinner and a movie" is coming home -- in a huge way. A new home delivery pact between Blockbuster, based here, Food.com, San Francisco, and Takeout Taxi Holdings, Herndon, Va., gives the 7,100-store specialty chain a unique claim to consumer convenience that most supermarkets will find hard to match. Blockbuster, the ubiquitous video and video game renter, announced on March 15 it would pair with Food.com, the largest food-and-restaurant destination site ...
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