Restaurants have made much of this winter’s unusually harsh weather and its effect on sales and traffic, but its impact on unit development, hiring and staffing, and ability to operate through supply chain issues has also been severe. Nonetheless, several brands spoke about the opportunities they seized to market effectively and provide timely, albeit limited, service to their customers in need of a port in the snowstorms. While several chains had some plans for the past two ...

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