Pressures on food costs and customer traffic are expected to be the biggest challenges for Texas Roadhouse for the rest of 2012 and into next year, but officials for the 385-unit chain readily identified pricing and cost-saving actions to grow sales and revenue in spite of them, as the brand did in its third quarter. Though commodity inflation for Texas Roadhouse eased slightly in the Sept. 25-ended third quarter, it should still fall at or just below its expected level of 7 percent for ...

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