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JANVIER NE PEUT PAS STOPPER LES VENTES DE RESTAURANTS

Real sales increased by a healthy 2.1%, when adjusted for menu inflation of 2.3%.
Quick-service restaurants picked up where they left off last year, leading the industry with an impressive 6.6% jump in spending in January.
Strong demand for convenience and value are driving overall sales, but the segment is also attracting new entrants and chain expansion.
This slowdown is expected as demand was bound to cool in British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec, which all saw impressive gains in 2016.
Caterers continued to struggle due to the recession in Alberta and Saskatchewan, and a pullback in spending in Ontario.
Most provinces endured lower spending, but British Columbia bucked the trend with a 10% surge in sales.
Although employment is up, operators are watching their labour costs as average hours worked per employee slipped by 3.2%.
Growth is driven by domestic household spending, improved consumer confidence and unit expansion.
Canada 150 events will also attract more international visitors in 2017, which will boost foodservice revenue.
While revenues may be growing, rising costs and price-sensitive consumers continue to put the squeeze on operators.

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