CHICAGO — More consumers are ordering pizza for dinner on weekends, and fewer are doing so during the week, which probably reflects tightened spending, a new Technomic study indicates. Nearly a third (32%) of respondents said they order pizza for dinner on the weekend, slightly more than the 29% who said they order pizza for dinner during the week. That's a reversal of findings two years ago. In a comparable 2006 study, Technomic found that 35% of respondents said they primarily ordered ...
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