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Full Service Restaurants Continue Four-Year Streak of Visit Losses

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October 4, 2012   Copyright: Stagnito Media

Full service restaurant traffic dropped during the April, May and June 2012 quarter, continuing a four-year streak of losses, according to foodservice market research from The NPD Group. However, quick service restaurant (QSR) traffic grew more than one percent during the same time period, offsetting full service losses enough to keep total industry traffic stable. Foodservice eater checks increased by an average of 2 percent during the quarter despite slowed traffic growth, reported NPD's CREST...

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