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14 February 2012

Mild Post-Festive Hangover for UK Pubs and Restaurants

Eating-out slows in January after bumper December.

Like-for-like sales down 2% on 2011.

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17 January 2012

Big December Sales Boost for Pub and Restaurant Chains

Britain’s leading pub and restaurant groups enjoyed a major sales boost over Christmas and New Year. Collective like-for-like sales for the month of December...
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19 December 2011

Pub and Restaurant Groups See Sales Continue to Grow

PUB AND RESTAURANT GROUPS SEE SALES CONTINUE TO GROW

Like-for-like sales ahead 2.1% in November

Eating and drinking-out continues to outstrip retail

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13 November 2011

Pub and Restaurant Sales Defy Economic Gloom

Like-for-like sales ahead 0.9% in October

Eating and drinking-out continues to outstrip retail

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14 September 2011

Eating-Out Survives Impact of August Riots

Overall like-for-like sales slightly up on last year

But restaurant chains see dip in business

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16 August 2011

Public Not Giving Up on Eating and Drinking-Out

PUBLIC NOT GIVING UP ON EATING AND DRINKING-OUT

July like-for-like sales up 1.0% on last year

Out-of-home food outperforming retail

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19 July 2011

Eating and Drinking-Out Bounces Back in June

Like for like sales up 3.9% - half-term break and no World Cup help

Pubs and restaurants continue to out outperform retail

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14 June 2011

Pub and Restaurant Sales Flatten Out in May

• Like for likes down –0.3%; total sales ahead 1.7%

• But eating and drinking out outperforms retail

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17 May 2011

April Holidays Provide Lift for Eating and Drinking-Out

• Like for likes up 3.8%; total sales ahead 6.2%

• School holidays as important as bank holidays

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