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Consumers had their debit cards at the ready last week, according to PSCU’s latest shopping trends analysis, which offered a glimmer of hope for the restaurant industry.

During the week ending July 26, the restaurant sector saw its debit spend land in positive territory for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold in March. PSCU attributed that 0.7% rise to quick-service restaurants, and noted that credit spend is still down almost 28%.

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