Indoor dining boost drowned out by record May rain

“There are several reasons for this,” said Springboard’s insights director Diane Wehrle. “Firstly, May was the wettest on record which inevitably lowered the initial exhilaration of consumers in being able to eat out as even visiting indoor environments necessitated braving the weather.

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