Bad weather in February took a toll on consumer traffic, but the restaurant industry continued to expand based on key indicators, according to the National Restaurant Association’s monthly Restaurant Performance Index, or RPI. In February, the RPI stood at 100.5, a decrease of 0.2 percent from January’s level of 100.7. February marked the 12th consecutive month the composite index stood above 100. An RPI score above 100 signifies a period of expansion for the industry, ...
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