Fast-casual and casual-dining restaurants appear to be cutting into market share for quick-service and upscale-casual chains, according to a new report from Technomic Inc. In its “Future of Casual Dining Consumer Trend Report,” the market research firm found that 85 percent of consumers surveyed said they eat at fast-casual restaurants at least once a month, and 82 percent reported visiting a traditional casual-dining brand once a month. The strength of traffic at traditional ...
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