Frequent fast food, frequent shopping: Unraveling the retail visitation of food lovers.

Frequent Fast Food Frequent Shopping: Unraveling the Retail Visitation of Food Lovers

New research reveals a correlation between frequent fast food consumption (once a week or more) and retail activity. Consumers who eat fast food regularly tend to be more likely to visit certain retailers, than those who eat fast food only once a month. These findings highlight a noteworthy connection between weekly fast-food indulgence and an uptick in shopping behaviors.

By Theresa Bui

Reviewed by Cathy Karcher

Posted on May 8th, 2024

Learn more about Survey Pulse


Explore More Infographics

Stay in Touch

Stay up to date on consumer trends by opting into our newsletter.