Fast casual restaurant markets are estimated to grow from $164.17 billion in 2022 to $259.73 billion by 2027. As fast casual dining experiences gain momentum, the difference between fast food and fast casual has become foggy. Fast food is a dining experience that emphasizes speed, convenience, and economical menu items. Whereas, fast casual tends to focus on food quality and overall dining experience. A report found that the top reasons customers are returning to fast-casual restaurants are because of the appealing menu, value for money, and high-quality standards. If you are interested in learning a few more differences between fast casual & fast food amenities, check out the resource below.
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