SAN CLEMENTE Calif. Greenville, N.C., was home to the most avid fast-food buyers in the nation during 2006, according to a study by Sandelman & Associates here. The lowest incidence of so-called heavy quick-service restaurant users within the 61 markets surveyed was found in Portland, Maine. The findings show 59 percent of fast-food users in Greenville patronized a quick-service restaurant 12 or more times a month, or roughly three times a week. Only 27 percent of those in Portland, ...
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