Newly developed data reveal that the growth-oriented restaurant chains comprising the industry’s Second 100 universe have suffered the same fate as Top 100-ranked counterparts, with the second-tier brands’ aggregate domestic sales slowing for a second straight year. Nation’s Restaurant News’ new Second 100 database paints a statistical picture of chains and corporations, those ranked Nos. 101-200 on the basis of U.S. sales and foodservice revenues, whose softness ...

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