Nashville, TN (PRWEB) October 03, 2013
According to Fox News and other media outlets, fast food service is slowing down. A recent report conducted by Insula Research for QSR Magazine, a fast-food industry trade publication, reveals that the amount of time customers wait in line at the drive-through window at fast food restaurants has increased by an average of 8.19 seconds over the past year.
The study included Burger King, Chick-fil-A, Krystal, McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Taco John’s and Wendy’s. Wendy’s was the only chain to improve on its average service time over last year, while Chick-fil-A and Burger King were rated the most and least accurate, respectively, when it came to filling orders properly.
The slowdown is being attributed to the increased complexity of fast food restaurant menu items. For example, the burritos and bowls in Taco Bell’s new Cantina Bell menu have up to 10 ingredients.
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