Tuesday, August 1, 2006

39 Percent Of Americans Would Eat At A Chain Store Only If They Were Starving

CHICAGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Although stores like K-Mart, Target and Wal-Mart do have dining, not many Americans are willing to bite.

According to a survey by ShopLocal.com, 39 percent of Americans say they would only eat at an in-store restaurant if they were starving.

Although 60 percent of shoppers admit that in-store restaurants are convenient, only 37 percent think the food sold in them is tasty.

However, 27 percent of shoppers are attracted to in-store restaurants “by the smell of the food,” and 22 percent say they’d eat in one just because shopping gives them an appetite.

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