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Most Americans aren’t comfortable eating inside a restaurant yet

More than 80 percent of US consumers have anxiety about dining in at casual and quick-service restaurants. But nearly 50 percent feel fine about picking up fast food from a drive-through.

More than 80 percent of consumers are anxious about indoor restaurant dining.
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To read the article, see “Eating out(side): Restaurant dining in the next normal,” August 28, 2020.