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Diners go cheap when eating out

USA Today 09/27/2017

Moderately priced casual restaurants, with meals priced between $8 and $20, are losing market share to fast food chains, where prices are typically between $4 and $8, as consumers look for food they can get quickly at the lowest possible cost, according to Nick Setyan, an analyst at Wedbush Securities.

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