Some consumers are growing weary of high restaurant prices and are choosing to stay home. "The typical away-from-home eating occasion still costs 3.4 times more than in-home food sourced
from retail, new data shows," according to Supermarket News. "
Up to 20% of U.S. workers work from home, which keeps 62.5% of the food dollar based on retail at-home sales, while
37.5% is based on away-from-home sales."
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