Carrols Restaurant Group Inc.’s fourth-quarter same-store sales rose at its 298 legacy restaurants as it continues to integrate 278 additional units it acquired from Burger King Worldwide last year, the company said Thursday. Same-store sales at Carrols’ legacy operations increased 7.3 percent in the quarter, fueled by a 1.1-percent rise in customer traffic and a 6.2-percent increase in the average check, which executives said included a 1.8-percent price hike. The ...

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