An employee wearing protective gloves handles an order at a prototype location of fast food giant McDonald’s for restaurants which respect the 6ft social distancing measure.
Piroschka van de Wouw | Reuters
McDonald’s is seeing some consumer behavior trends reverse as lockdowns ease, but the fast-food giant thinks higher delivery orders and other buying patterns will stick around long after the coronavirus pandemic.
The company reported its second-quarter results on Tuesday. Shares fell 2.1% in morning trading after it said revenue fell 30% during the three months ended June 30.
McDonald’s executives said that its average order was larger, but