While the Casual-Dining segment continues to dominate total market share among Second 100 brands in terms of total U.S. systemwide sales, that share has dipped marginally in both the Preceding and Prior years as Limited-Service brands steal share with sales and expansion surges. In the Latest Year, Casual Dining claimed a 40-percent aggregate market share, a decline of 0.1 percentage point from the Preceding Year. More than half of the chains in the segment — 22 of the 42 operators, ...
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