After more than two years of negative numbers, the National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant Performance Index, which measures operators’ views and expectations for the industry, remained positive in April for the second consecutive month. The association’s most recent RPI, released late last week, stood at 100.4 in April, essentially unchanged from March’s 100.5, the NRA said. The RPI, is a monthly composite index that tracks the health of and outlook for the U.S. ...
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