SYDNEY, Australia (FNS) -- Australians are spending more of their food dollars at fast-food outlets and restaurants, and the nation's supermarkets stand to lose a substantial portion of their customers' patronage as a consequence, according to a new study. problems for marketers of branded food products over the next decade. Called "The Australian Foodservice Market," the study found that expenditures on eating out and on takeout, as a percentage of total spending on food, have increased ...

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