Soft sales and slow traffic in August contributed to the fourth consecutive month of sub-par performance in the National Restaurant Association's comprehensive index of foodservice activity. The NRA’s Restaurant Performance Index, a monthly composite index that tracks the health of and outlook for the U.S. restaurant industry, stood at 99.5 in August, essentially unchanged from the prior three months. A result below the benchmark 100 signifies contraction in the index of key ...
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