Jack in the Box restaurants have implemented a 1.5-percent menu price increase to help offset rising commodity costs, company officials said Thursday. In a call to analysts following Wednesday’s report of a 62-percent decline in net income for the second quarter, Jack in the Box Inc. chair, president and chief executive Linda Lang said the price hike at the company’s namesake chain was rolled out last week at corporate locations. Company officials said they expect commodity costs ...

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