Menu prices at quick-service and full-service restaurants increased moderately during the past year, according to National Restaurant Association analysis of data collected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Menu prices at U.S. restaurants increased 2.8 percent during the past year ended August 2012, the report said. For the quick-service segment, that increase was slightly higher, at 3.3 percent, while full-service restaurants saw a 2.6-percent increase in pricing. Given the rising ...

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