Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Inc. reported a same-store sales increase of 3.3 percent at its restaurants during the second quarter, a jump the company attributes in part to marketing and menu initiatives. The Lebanon, Tenn.-based company noted that the second quarter ended Feb. 1 marked its fifth consecutive quarter of same-store sales and traffic increases. RELATED • Cracker Barrel: Menu, ads drove 1Q sales, traffic • Cracker Barrel shareholders block Biglari ...

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