Smaller restaurant chains have outperformed their larger competitors in seven of the past eight months, according to the NRN-MillerPulse report released Monday. In May, restaurant chains overall saw same-store sales rise 2.2 percent, an improvement from the 1.8-percent increase in April. Guest traffic remained negative for the seventh consecutive month, with a decline in May of 0.6 percent. Still, May’s results showed improvement over the traffic decline of 1.5 percent in ...

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