Upbeat operators reporting positive same-store sales and customer traffic gains helped to fuel growth in the National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant Performance Index for February, keeping the index above 100 for the fourth consecutive month. The RPI, a monthly composite that gauges the health of and outlook for the foodservice industry, rose 0.6 percent to 101.9 from 101.3 in January, the association said. A number above 100 signifies that key industry metrics are ...
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