Keep your fingers crossed that SpenDifference’s 2016 food commodity price and supply forecast is accurate. The Denver-based company is calling for a 10-17 percent decrease in beef prices across all primal cuts this year. If that happens, and if the firm’s forecasts for other protein commodities follow suit, most restaurants will have an easy time meeting or beating their food cost goals. Related How to formulate a strong menu pricing strategy How operators are coping with ...

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