Foodservice operators remained generally optimistic about sales growth and the country’s economic health despite a decline in May for the National Restaurant Association’s monthly Restaurant Performance Index. After remaining above the 100 mark for the last three months, the RPI fell to 99.7 in May, down 0.7 percent from April’s level of 100.4, signifying a softening of business within the industry, according to the NRA. Still, operators remain upbeat about the future, the ...
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