Nearly every industry has been impacted by inflation. And restaurant prices have had the largest gains since the 1980s, reflecting higher costs for food and labor.
Even two-plus years removed from the pandemic, operators need to be nimble to deal with whatever crisis comes next.
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Restaurant owners should view today’s inflationary environment as an opportunity to pause and take a closer look at their operating costs to identify areas to reduce spending.
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The right deal at the right time will often be the defining factor in where consumers choose to eat, or to eat out at all.
These practices can positively impact retention, brand perception, customer service, guest satisfaction and loyalty, and restaurants’ overall business performance.