Restaurant technology company OneDine created an infographic focused on the use of QR codes in U.S. restaurants since COVID-19. Among the highlights:
- Pre-COVID-19 QR codes were not heavily adopted in the restaurant industry, now, many restaurants have removed physical menus and have guests scan codes for menus.
- The number of mentions about QR codes has increased nine times during the six months COVID began and 57 percent of Americans said they will continue using contactless payment after COVID.
"A rise in consumer interest in contactless payment is making QR codes a powerful player for earning back guest confidence and loyalty," said Rom Krupp, Founder and CEO of OneDine.