Despite a slight decline in the National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant Performance Index for January, operators remained upbeat about sales growth and the improving economy. The RPI, a monthly composite that tracks the health of and outlook for the foodservice industry, slipped to 101.3 in January, from December’s robust 102.2. But even with the decline, January proved to be the third consecutive month the Index has been above 100. A number above 100 reflects that ...

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