Costs associated with the integration of 278 new Burger King units earlier this year dampened third-quarter results for Carrols Restaurant Group Inc., but the quick-service brand’s largest franchisee said menu improvements are taking hold at legacy restaurants. Daniel Accordino, Carrols chief executive, said the same-store sales within the company’s roughly 300-unit legacy restaurant base grew 6.2 percent during the quarter, including a 3.6-percent increase in traffic and an ...

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