Strong unit-level results continued to drive restaurant industry performance in the 2013 Top 100, as operators focused on what happens in “the box” to make up for a lack of aggressive unit expansion and consumer spending. Positive momentum came from such menu moves as limited-time offers and marketing efforts to encourage repeat visits or upsell beverages or desserts. Many restaurants also turned to price increases to build per-unit sales volumes and offset higher commodity ...
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