In the restaurant revenue game, every bite counts, whether it’s a king-sized chomp or a tiny-sized nibble. As such, restaurants should be quick to react when trends indicate a segment of the population is dining out less and less each year. Visits by families with children have been declining since 2008, according a new report from the NPD Group. Families with children made 1 billion fewer visits to U.S. restaurants over the past six years, compared to 306 million fewer visits by ...

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