Foodservice operators were downbeat about their businesses in July, driving the National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant Performance Index to its lowest level in 11 months. The RPI, a monthly composite that tracks the health of and outlook for the foodservice industry, fell to 99.7 in July, down from 100.6 in June. A number below 100 reflects a contraction in the NRA’s index of key industry indicators. “Although same-store sales and customer traffic levels remained ...

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