Last year it looked like pressure to discount had turned the corner, but it looks like restaurant customers are back to counting on deals. Restaurant visits based on a buy some/get some premise or BOGO have grown 14 percent this year compared to 2012, according to consumer research by NPD Group. It’s no surprise that casual eateries have been aggressively offering these discounts this year, primarily as a way to shore up traffic. But the firm says visits were down by 1 ...
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