Second 100 Family-Dining chains are tapping ideas successful around the industry — gourmet hamburgers on specialty buns, trendy ethnic sandwiches and local food connections, to name a few — as they struggle for growth against formidable competition. Contraction in sales and unit growth is still a reality for the segment. As a group, the seven brands that make up the Second 100 Family-Dining segment generated an aggregate $1.55 billion in U.S. systemwide sales in the Latest Year, ...

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