Restaurant sales fell again in April, according to the latest MillerPulse index, and experts are puzzled as to the full reasons for the decline.
Same-store sales declined by 0.9 percent during the month, and 0.5 percent on a two-year basis.
It was the 10th monthly decline in the past 11 months for the index, and the largest decline in the two-year number since the recession.
The decline is due entirely to a loss of customers. Traffic in the month fell by 3.5 percent. T
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