Operators avoid bigger price hikes to retain customers
Price increases for breakfast items at restaurants have been only slight this year as operators work to hold on to their budget-conscious customers, according to a new study. Intellaprice, a Boston-based foodservice consultancy, found quick-service breakfast menu prices this year are up 3 cents, or 1.3 percent, from 2009 prices. The average price for breakfast items this year was $2.84, up from $2.81 in 2009. “The increase is modest, and reflects an effort by operators to be ...
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