In 2015, restaurant sales in America surpassed grocery store sales for the first time in modern history. This trend has continued over the recent years, and in January of this year $56 billion was spent on grocery sales, while consumers spent $61 billion in restaurants in that same time period. The likely culprit? More than a quarter of Americans still don’t know how to cook. There are other reasons for the uptick in ordering and dining out, as well. Many Americans are working longer hours and the thought of both cooking and cleaning up afterward make letting someone else do
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