Consumers’ appetite for dining out has grown significantly from six months ago, according to a new study from consumer research firm Market Force Information. About 25 percent of the 4,600 respondents to a Market Force poll indicated that they plan to eat at restaurants more in the next three months than they did during the previous three months, compared with only 5 percent of consumers surveyed in December 2009. Only 8 percent of respondents projected that they would eat at ...
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