The price for a restaurant meal continued to increase at a rate faster than overall inflation in January, according to federal data released on Tuesday, as operators kept increasing their charges to offset narrowing profit margins.
Food-away-from-home prices increased 0.6% in January, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Over the past year, those prices are up 8.2%.
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