Protecting your Margins

The costs that are harder to control—ingredients, labor and rent/real estate—keep climbing. Where can you bolster your bottom line?

March 08, 2018

Even amidst a “foodie revolution” that’s driving a nationwide restaurant boom, operating costs are now outpacing revenue growth. The cost of food, labor and real estate continue to rise, cutting into the typical restaurant’s 3-percent profit margin.

The answer isn’t as simple as increasing prices. Restaurants need to find creative ways to trim costs—but these cuts can’t cut the customer experience.

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