U.S. consumers spend an average of $936 annually dining out at lunch time, with men spending 44% more than women and Midwesterners spending less than their counterparts in other regions of the country, according to a Visa survey. Consumers eat lunch out an average of twice a week, the survey found, and those who make less than $25,000 annually spend 22% more per meal than people who earn more than $50,000.

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