US restaurant chain customer transaction declines continued to improve for the fourth consecutive week in the week ending May 10 as more states open restaurant dining rooms. Large restaurant chain customer transactions were down 23% compared to a 26% decline the prior week.
For the week ending May 3 total U.S. restaurant chain transactions were down 26% from year ago compared to a 32% decline the prior week and a decline of 43% the week ending April 12, the low point of the COVID-19 disruption.
US restaurant chain transactions showed improvement for the second week in a row in the week ending April 26 with total industry customer transactions down 32% compared to a 36% decline the prior week.
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