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Addressing labor problems "will take more than just money," said Jack in the Box Inc. CEO Darin Harris.

Jack in the Box sees room for more menu price increases to mitigate hits from staffing and supply challenges

Strong two-year comparable sales increases indicate franchisees are navigating headwinds

Staffing challenges, being forced to limit operating hours and supply chain difficulties negatively impacted same-store sales for Jack in the Box in the fourth quarter. But the quick-service chain has room to raise menu prices by mid- to high-single digits next year to deal with continuing external pressures, the company said Tuesday.

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