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I am working on a food delivery website. I am able to find MenuItem schema but it is for listing page. All I want to implement Schema format for a single Item, say for Italian Pizza on the individual food item page. I am confused which one should I pick, Product or MenuItem? I also want to show delivery time.

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    Who is going to use the schema? Unless you know that it isn't worth wasting your time on it. – Stephen Ostermiller Mar 11 at 12:02
  • @StephenOstermiller Not sure what do you mean. It is obviously for Google. – Volatil3 Mar 11 at 12:04
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    In what way? Google doesn't have a rich snippet for a food item. If there is no rich snippet, there is no benefit. Google doesn't use schema markup for ranking purposes. Here is the list of rich snippets that Google supports: developers.google.com/search/docs/guides/search-gallery – Stephen Ostermiller Mar 11 at 12:36
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There is no particular food item schema markup on its own as you describe. There is menu item which is a part of the menu schema however as mentioned by @StephenOstermiller Google does not have a rich snippet for food items at this point so there is no real advantage to putting in the schema markup for a food item. There is the product schema option but this is not so much aimed at food products as products in general.

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