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Restaurant expenses as a share of gross margin in Canada 2014, by category

Restaurant expenses as a share of gross margin in Canada in 2014, by restaurant category*

Restaurant expenses as a share of gross margin in Canada 2014, by category This statistic shows restaurant expenses as a share of gross margin in Canada in 2014, by restaurant category. During the survey, quick service restaurant operators in Canada reported that occupancy costs made up 11.26 percent of their gross margin. One of the leading challenges for restaurant operators in Canada is the cost of labor. Other leading factors include food costs and the weakness of the economy. Around 23 percent of quick service restaurant operators in the U.S. considered recruiting and retaining employees to be a leading challenge in their restaurants.
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Restaurant expenses as a share of gross margin in Canada in 2014, by restaurant category*

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This statistic shows restaurant expenses as a share of gross margin in Canada in 2014, by restaurant category. During the survey, quick service restaurant operators in Canada reported that occupancy costs made up 11.26 percent of their gross margin. One of the leading challenges for restaurant operators in Canada is the cost of labor. Other leading factors include food costs and the weakness of the economy. Around 23 percent of quick service restaurant operators in the U.S. considered recruiting and retaining employees to be a leading challenge in their restaurants.
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