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The New York Times reported on Monday that fast-casual chains like Shake Shack and Qdoba Mexican Grill will be forced to use the same automated checkout system as grocery stores.
The Times says that it obtained a copy of a draft proposal that the fast-shipping giant is sending to the Federal Trade Commission, and that it includes new safeguards to prevent fraud.
In a statement, the Times said it was “appalled” by the proposal, which was sent to the FTC on Sunday.
It said the proposed changes would likely result in more customers paying in cash or by credit card rather than by checking account.
The proposed changes are likely to be adopted by the commission on June 7, the paper said.
The Times reports that a draft letter to the commission from the company also suggests that Shake Shack should use the credit card system to handle payments, instead of cash.
The Times reports the company has not commented on the proposal.