March 2014
Restaurant, Food & Beverage Market Research Handbook;2014/2015, p361
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The article offers information related to dining and travel in the U.S. It says that the report of the National Restaurant Association shows that fine-dining operators have gained an average 29% in sales from travelers and tourists, 25% for family-dining and casual-dining operators, and 19% for quick-service operators. It mentions the top destinations for food- and wine-related travel including California, Florida, and New York.


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