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Special Reports

Special Reports

Consumers still love chains

Despite a movement towards independents, chain restaurants keep driving business.

Special Reports

Top generational need states

The drivers getting consumers into chain restaurants differs among the ages.

How to balance the snacking preferences of young parents and their kids.

Whether your diners are 18 years old or 68, find out how each generation is putting its own stamp on the foodservice industry.

As proof that sales don’t always equate to consumer preference, only one of the 10 largest chains by sales made this list.

Even the most loved casual chains are hurting for sales growth. Two of consumers' top five brands made major changes over the past year to try to correct that loss.

Data reveals which brands are tops in guest satisfaction.

The fast-casual market has become very diversified, but it's still the sandwich chains that are winning praise from consumers.

Consumers’ most loved chains aren’t just focused on one aspect of their restaurants—they are winning in service, ambiance and convenience, along with the food.

Data shows which brands saw a drop-off in guest satisfaction ratings.

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