Quick-service restaurants continued to promote discounts on “baskets” rather than more traditional sandwich-side-drink combos or specific items in February, according to a Monthly Menu Check report from Brad Ludington, an analyst from KeyBanc Capital Markets. Among the chains that featured discounts on baskets — sandwiches and fries but no drink — were Hardee’s, with its breakfast platter for $2.79, and Arby’s, which offered a fish sandwich and fries for ...
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