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Gas prices have fallen 50 cents in the past month and are more than $1 lower than they were this time last year.
Fuel experiences its longest streak of declining prices on record, according to AAA.
Despite a number of headwinds such as high cheese and beef prices and labor pressures, many operators remain optimistic for 2015.
The average cost of fuel is nearly 70 cents lower per gallon than it was last year at this time, and has dropped below the $2 mark in 13 states.
On top of record-high commodities prices, labor inflation, technology costs and health care/menu labeling logistics, there is also intensified competition in foodservice.
Gas prices drop another dime in a week.
Domino's shares are up 3,000 percent compared to where they were before the company's turnaround effort in 2010.
Heading into the busiest travel day of the year, gas prices have fallen for 60 consecutive days.
Gas prices are down more than a quarter from a month ago.
The company's CEO believes the company has the potential to triple its domestic footprint.
OtherShip Foods offers 10- and 20-foot containers that use hydroponics technology to grow produce on site.
Natural gas spot prices respond to winter's tease with an uptick.
The company remains bullish on North China and is focused on shifting its marketing and menu strategies to support growth in the market.
Wheat prices jump 40 cents in a month.
The trend is largely driven by millennials, who look at price value differently; they want it to be worth what they pay and they’re not willing to compromise on taste.
Gas prices tumble 30 cents in one month.
Domino’s Pizza shares hit a lifetime high after a positive Q3 earnings report.
Union activism, food costs, data breaches and minimum wage debates are just part of the 'external factors' facing restaurant operators.
Produce is hard to benchmark what you should be paying on a regular basis because there is no regularity to the product category.
Wheat prices increased after weeks of decreasing prices.
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