Restaurant companies seeking sustained growth continue to turn to franchising as one of the most important ways to expand, according to a new report from Chicago-based foodservice consulting firm Technomic. While many chains still feel the pressure of the nation’s slow recovery from recession, franchisors and franchisees are working together to manage supply chain costs and engineer more favorable terms for opening costs and royalties in the hopes of ensuring long-term ...

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