Monday, July 14, 2014

From the Los Angeles Times:

"According to Tod Marks, an editor at Consumer Reports, the results suggest that food quality at fast food restaurants has become increasingly more important to customers, while convenience has become less so.

The rankings specifically tend to favor “fast casual” places like Chipotle and Panera, which lack a drive-thru and emphasize fresh ingredients, unlike traditional fast food chains. Consumer Reports says that customers are now more willing to go the extra distance and pay a little more for a fast casual meal."

See full story here.


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