The Restaurant Decision Making Process |

Mintel examines factors diners use when choosing where to go out to eat in this infographic series.

Restaurant Breakfast and Brunch Trends |

Mintel highlights breakfast and brunch behaviors and provides recommendations restaurants can use to attract more customers.

The QSR Drive-Thru Performance Study |

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QSR Magazine’s yearly report on the performance of the drive-thru industry.

Taking Stock with Teens |

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Piper Jaffray releases its semi-annual report featuring teen shopping behaviors, spending patterns, and top fashion & beauty and restaurant brands.

America’s Most Memorable Mascots

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Crestline Custom Promotional Products surveyed U.S. consumers to learn which brand mascots are the most memorable and why.

The QSR 50

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QSR Magazine’s yearly ranking of the top 50 brands in the quick-service and fast-casual restaurant categories.

Quick Service Restaurants |

Mintel examines top trends and consumer demands, especially for African American and Hispanic consumers, for quick services restaurants in its infographic series.

America’s Favorite QSRs

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Find out America’s favorite quick service restaurants in seven popular food categories in this Market Force survey.

Insights from 4A’s Research | Plant-Based? I’ll Have What She’s Having!

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With more and more people moving towards reducing meat and following a flexitarian lifestyle, savvy marketers should focus on appealing to those consumers to drive interest in plant-based foods, according to the latest piece from Stacie Calabrese, Manager, 4A’s Research.

Healthy Dining Trends |

Mintel explores consumers’ healthy dining trends in this infographic.

Quick Snack Breaks at Quick Service Restaurants

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Read this article from Numerator to learn about America’s snacking habits and how QSRs can drive snacking trips.

Fast Casual Restaurants |

Mintel provides examples on how fast casual restaurants can move beyond lunchtime.