Softer sales trends in January among quick-service restaurants appear to indicate a more lingering weakness, even after adjusting for the impact of bad weather, according to the most recent NRN-MillerPulse survey. The quick-service segment overall has held up well over the past three years and continued to outperform casual dining in January. Fast-food restaurants recorded a same-store sales increase of 1.6 percent, while both fast-casual and casual-dining restaurants recorded a decline ...

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