Fast Feeders Reap Big Gains In Evening Hours Due To Changing Work Schedules

Fast feeders McDonald’s Corp., Burger King and Dunkin’ Donuts have increased the number of restaurants open late at night due to rising demand for 24-hour food driven by the growth in people working night hours, according to The Wall Street Journal. For the full story, click here.

Editor’s Insight: The fast food industry doesn’t waste a minute studying its consumers’ lifestyles. They are always finding new and better ways to improve their share of consumers’ discretionary spending.

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