Restaurants unlikely to find relief under Biden's supply-chain remedies
The president's plan addresses only one problem afflicting the pipeline, and that's not enough, according to RB's Reality Check.
Dairy prices seem to be going up faster than cream rises to the top of a vat of milk. While relative bargains were available when cheese prices crashed in January 2009, there's been a surge upward since then. To ease the pain, some operators can cut down on the number of cheesy appetizers and entrees they serve, but concepts that focus on pizza, cheeseburgers, enchiladas and quesadillas simply can't do without it.