With stay-at-home restrictions starting to lift around the country, consumers will get the opportunity to visit restaurants & businesses in-person again. We recently surveyed 1,043 Americans aged 18+ who went to a QSR at least once every 2 weeks prior to COVID-19 to understand key QSR drivers & purchase behaviors prior to COVID-19, during the pandemic, and after COVID-19 stabilizes. Scroll down to find out how QSRs were impacted during this unprecedented time!

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