ATLANTA — Georgians love to eat, especially a diet rich in pumpkin spice lattes and pepperoni pizzas.
More than 100 national retailers have plans to expand store counts in Georgia over the next decade, led mainly by Starbucks and Domino's, according to a new study by Newmark Knight Frank.
Restaurants make up 83.9% of the planned new chain retail stores in Georgia, far outpacing average new eatery growth across the U.S.
“This is like Super Bowl food, really,” NKF Research Director Marianne Skorupski said.
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