Fast food delivery is becoming increasingly popular in the United States and a new report by the Consumer Technology Association says that the number of fast food restaurants is on the rise.
The report, which was released on Monday, found that the share of all U.K. restaurants served by delivery services grew to 28 percent in 2016 from 14 percent in 2015.
That’s an increase of 11 percent since 2009.
It also found that delivery services increased their share of total restaurant orders to 31 percent from 27 percent.
In addition, the number and types of delivery services, as well as the number serving the same meal, has increased.
According to the report, there were 554,847 delivery services that were used in the 2015 U.B.P. data.
That grew to 1,542,726 in 2016.
That was a 1 percent increase from the previous year, and it’s the highest number since the industry began tracking this data in 2013.
This year, the report notes, “fast food restaurants, and their operators, were also responsible for an additional 10 percent of all restaurant sales.”
The report also found delivery services were responsible for 5.5 percent of the total U.M. dining experience in 2016, up from 5.1 percent in 2017.
That would be the fourth consecutive year delivery services had been a major component of U.U.M.’s dining experience.
According to the study, in 2016 the total number of UBPU dining experience was up 7 percent from last year, while the percentage of total dining experience served by fast food and other delivery services dropped by 0.6 percent.
This was due in part to the availability of delivery drivers to serve the UB PU.
The study found that while the number (and types of) delivery services served the UU in 2016 increased, it was still lower than in 2017, when the number was up 15 percent and the percentage served by those services was up 5.3 percent.
Overall, delivery services have grown faster than the overall restaurant industry, which saw a 6.6 percentage-point growth in total restaurant and 7.3 percentage-points growth in the share served by the UPU.
In 2016, delivery served 6.2 percent of total UU dining experience, which rose to 8.6 in 2017 and 8.7 in 2018.
This is also a decrease from the 7.6-percent increase in the industry share of UU restaurants in 2016 as a whole.
The number of delivery companies was up by 0