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McDonald’s, late to mobile ordering, seeks to avoid pitfalls | Reuters

Easterbrook said that if 20 percent of drive-through customers use curbside and another 20 percent use the lanes for pickup only, restaurants could serve another 20 cars per hour, lifting business at U.S. drive-throughs that account for some 70 percent of U.S. sales. Source: McDonald’s, late to mobile ordering, seeks to avoid pitfalls | Reuters

Easterbrook said that if 20 percent of drive-through customers use curbside and another 20 percent use the lanes for pickup only, restaurants could serve another 20 cars per hour, lifting business at U.S. drive-throughs that account for some 70 percent of U.S. sales.

Source: McDonald’s, late to mobile ordering, seeks to avoid pitfalls | Reuters

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