Mintel: Consumers Cut Costs by Dining Out Less

More than half (54%) of people who dine out regularly are cutting back on restaurant spending due to the economy, according to the findings of a Mintel consumer report.

CHICAGO — More than half (54%) of people who dine out regularly are cutting back on restaurant spending due to the economy, according to the findings of a Mintel consumer report. Seventy percent of those who are trying to curb their out-to-eat spending are saving money by going out to eat less, rather than by choosing cheaper entrees or dining at less expensive restaurants. Home cooking has become a popular alternative. Mintel found that 72% of people who regularly cook at home do so because

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