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Louisville Business First

By Haley Cawthon

July 29, 2020


Admit it — we've all been eating our fair share of fast food since the coronavirus crisis began in March.


In fact, fast food transactions have increased by more than 60% from their pre-pandemic levels, according to a new study from MX, a financial data company.


MX analyzed data from more than six million consumers’ spending habits to find out if Covid-19 has changed the nation's preferences for fast food.



According to the report, the average transaction at fast food restaurants remained consistent at just over $14 throughout the pandemic.


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