Restaurant operators will increase menu prices this year, mostly between 1 percent and 3 percent, according to an exclusive survey by Nation's Restaurant News. Facing a second straight year of rising commodity costs, many restaurant chains have said they will be forced to pass higher prices for food items to the consumer through menu price hikes. From the coffee quick-service player Starbucks to the full-service Texas Roadhouse, chains are looking to test various levels of menu ...

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