Inflation: Consumers spend 40% of monthly food budgets on restaurants, survey reveals

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Despite record-high inflation and soaring food prices, many Americans still seem to prefer dining out. According to a new survey from PopMenu, an Atlanta-based platform that helps restaurants streamline digital operations, 40% of monthly individual or family food budgets are spent on restaurants. “In the past, you wouldn’t go to restaurants to save money, but…

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