Mounting snows and dropping temperatures put the restaurant business on ice in recent months, but there still were signs of opportunity despite the deep freeze, according to The NPD Group. While sales and traffic both fell broadly because of the harsh weather, delivery sales and drive-thru traffic both grew slightly — especially for pizza purveyors — indicating the potential for improvement with the help of a little forethought. “Sometimes the industry forgets to ...

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