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Weak sales and traffic for the second July in a row could spell bad news for the industry, says RB’s The Bottom Line.
Despite easy comparisons, the restaurant industry continued to lose customers.
Despite a booming economy, restaurants are still struggling with traffic, and here’s why, says RB’s The Bottom Line.
Technomic's Transaction Insights show a sharp drop in sales for the chain the week the problem emerged.
But traffic continues to fall as consumers vary their restaurant selections, according to the latest Technomic Index.
Sugary drinks are now banned from kids menus in Baltimore, and a statewide soda tax could be on California’s ballot in 2020.
Takeout orders helped boost casual dining, but traffic was still a problem.
After a strong start to 2018, traffic weakened and sales followed suit.
Some 60 million young adults are set to have kids over the next decade, and nothing changes behavior quite like children, says RB’s The Bottom Line.
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