Jack in the Box’s core market of California showed improvement in the second quarter in terms of check averages and transactions, but high unemployment in the region remains a key obstacle in turning around declining sales, its parent company said. Sister brand Qdoba Mexican Grill, however, saw same-store sales turn positive in the quarter, despite the adverse effect of bad winter weather. The company credited the brand’s new Craft 2 menu, allowing guests to combine options, as ...

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