Uncertainty over the broader economy in November kept the National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant Performance Index from reaching a level indicating optimism for growth, the second consecutive month that restaurateurs expressed such hesitance. The RPI, a monthly composite that tracks the health of and outlook for the foodservice industry, rose to 99.9 in November, 0.5 points from where it stood in October. That number comes in just below the steady-state level of 100, ...
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