Thursday, July 20, 2006

62 Percent Of Eaters Say Clean Restaurants Essential For Stomach’s Satisfaction

PARAMUS, N.J. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – What’s eating Americans these days?

Dirty restaurants, if a new survey is correct.

According to a survey by Sani-Surface Table Cleaning Wipes, 62 percent of Americans consider a restaurant’s cleanliness as absolutely essential to their dining experience, while 18 percent are more concerned with the speed of the wait staff.

Meanwhile, 83 percent demand that restaurant employees have clean hands, while 69 percent say a restaurant kitchen should be spotless.

Surprisingly, only 48 percent feel a restaurant’s bathroom needs to be clean for them to be happy and only 35 percent want a germ-free menu.

Finally, 29 percent wish that restaurants would keep disposable hand-sanitizing wipe around for customer use and the same percentage wants their tables cleaned with a disposable wet wipe before they sit down.

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