(Continued from page 1) Inflation in the commodities markets remained a top concern for restaurant investors, but the brands presenting at the conference noted an ability to manage through its effects in 2014. “Despite short-term price volatility for some commodity items, most restaurant companies are not assuming a meaningful lasting impact from temporary spikes because of individual companies’ contracting status for key items,” Tarantino wrote. He also noted that ...

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