As restaurant industry sales results continue to fluctuate month to month — improved in April and May, stalled in June and July — the casual-dining segment has borne the brunt of inconsistent consumer spending. Often the first to see a dip in dining out, and typically the category consistently facing trouble, many casual-dining chains already have employed cost-saving measures and have looked to improved service initiatives and menu offerings to entice customers. But there is ...
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