Quick-service restaurants focused on value-driven price points and more healthful menu items in January, according to a Monthly Menu Check report from Brad Ludington, an analyst from KeyBanc Capital Markets. A number of chains priced menu items in the $1–$2 range, Ludington said in his report, which will be featured monthly on NRN.com. Sonic offered new Chili Cheese items for $1.99, while Burger King and Tim Hortons used that same price point for its bacon and cheddar BK Toppers and ...

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