The slowed economy is not all restaurateurs are battling as they work to bring more guests through their doors. In the past decade, an aging population, more favorable retail prices for food and a growing desire among consumers to stay home have all conspired to eat into restaurant sales — and those factors are not going away. A new report from The NPD Group called “A Look Into the Future of Foodservice” predicts that the industry will grow less than 1 percent a year over ...
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