For middle-income consumers, low prices are the most important factor — more so than convenient location, fast service, and order accuracy — when it comes to deciding which limited-service, dine-in restaurants to patronize, wrote Technomic, Inc. Editor Aimee Harvey in a blog post Thursday. The blog post was based Technomic’s “The Influence of Income Consumer Trend Report,” which examined 2,000 consumers from four economic groups — working, lower ...

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