Traffic trends softened in June, but restaurant operators remain bullish about the months ahead, according to the monthly Restaurant Performance Index by the National Restaurant Association. The RPI, a monthly composite index that tracks the health of and outlook for the U.S. restaurant industry, stood at 101.3 in June, falling from 102.1 in May and the first decline in four months. Still, June marked the 16th consecutive month with a score above 100, which indicates expansion on the key ...

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