USA: Restaurant goers want to take-out leftovers, says survey
US restaurant goers want more than just a great meal from restaurants; 75% of diners would find it helpful if restaurants provided proper reheating and storage instructions for leftovers or take-out food, according to a new survey. Of the 69% of Americans who eat at restaurants at least once a week, 91% take leftovers home at least occasionally and 32% take them home on a regular basis. However, in the rush for convenient meal options, many are unsure when it comes to proper leftover storage and reheating temperatures, or even when determining if food is still edible.
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