Falling gas prices mean more money to spend, particularly for families and other consumers living paycheck to paycheck, who are finding that they can now better afford eating out.
CHICAGO — Restaurant visits from discounts increased across all segments in the first nine months of 2013 after declining in 2012.
CHICAGO — Visits to U.S. restaurants were flat for the first three calendar quarters of 2011, according to a market research company.
CHICAGO — Restaurant traffic slipped by 0.4 percent this Spring compared to April, May and June of last year.
CHICAGO─The foodservice sector across the world’s major economies saw weaker traffic and consumer spending for most of 2009 says industry researcher NPD Group.
Traffic and sales fell in every restaurant segment this summer.
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