For restaurant dining, men, women agree on burgers, fries

07/22/2004 | MarketWatch

Burgers and fries are the most frequently ordered foods, according to a survey on eating habits from NPD Group. Hamburgers account for 17% of restaurant orders placed by men, 13% for women, and fries account for 14% of orders placed by women and men, respectively. The survey found men prefer dining out more often than women do, but women largely control the restaurant choice.

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