Negative inflation and higher wages mean consumers have more disposable income, with many choosing to spend it on eating out of the home. 35% of UK adults are now eating out more often than they were 12 months ago. With this particularly high with 16-24 year olds. Discover where the opportunities lie and how best to influence shopper behaviour within the highly competitive out of home eating space
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