SALES FORECASTAs the nation’s economy continues to sputter, restaurateurs in New England say they expect to see sluggish sales growth in 2008, much the same as they did a year ago, and will be happy just to hold their own by implementing such measures as controlling food costs and energy usage at their operations. According to data compiled by the National Restaurant Association, a nominal growth rate of 4.1 percent is projected for the year, with sales expected to top out at ...

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