Americans are eating more burgers than ever, a trend fueled in part by the rapid growth of “better burger” chains, which not only are driving sales but are raising quality expectations as well, according to a study released Wednesday by Technomic. In its “Burger Consumer Trend Report,” the Chicago-based research firm found that 48 percent of consumers recently surveyed eat a burger at least once a week, compared with 38 percent in Technomic’s 2009 burger ...

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