While operators reported that restaurant sales and customer traffic were slightly softer in April, they remained optimistic about their prospects for the coming months, according to the National Restaurant Association’s monthly Restaurant Performance Index. The RPI, a monthly composite that tracks the health of and outlook for the restaurant industry, stood at 101.6 in April, a dip of 0.6 percent from the more robust 102.2 posted for March. Even with the decline, though, April ...

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