Consumer Pulse Survey July 2020
Most respondents prefer cooking at home
- Consumers report having decreased dining in restaurants significantly, down 70% from pre-COVID levels to account for only 3% of weekly meals today
- Consumers reported offsetting that decrease almost entirely with scratch cooking at home, which jumped to account for 57% of weekly meals from 50% pre-COVID
In-restaurant dining is likely to suffer for a while
- No matter what happens with COVID over the next six months, consumers currently expect that their in-restaurant dining will, at best, return to only 70% of pre-COVID levels
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