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3Q Investor Calls & Same Store Sales

3Q Investor Calls & Same Store Sales

Total restaurant industry sales growth of +11.2% outperformed food at home (grocery) sales growth of +8.1% during 3Q which at least partially reflects significantly higher food at home CPI (+13.2% vs. +8.0% food away from home).

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2Q22 Investor Call Summary

2Q22 Investor Call Summary

2Q22 Investor Calls indicate significantly higher prices and labor shortages (impacting both operating hours & delivery service) are impeding traffic (especially for low end consumers) and not able to fully compensate for current commodity and labor cost inflation. Fortunately, several companies indicated that commodity costs are peaking and expected to moderate later this year.

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1Q22 Investor Call Summary

1Q:22 investor conference calls indicate staffing and commodity cost challenges somewhat off-set by higher menu prices and increased dine-in business.

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RR StockSense

• While relatively weak sector performance over the last 30 days is notable given loosening government restrictions, it may reflect the expiration of stimulus benefits which provided a tailwind over the previous 3 months.
• In any case, the tech sector’s performance (Olo, PAR Tech & Grubhub) was propelled by Olo’s post IPO strength.

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1Q:21 Investor Call Analysis

• Results for 1Q21 were very positive as the industry slowly, but surely gets back to normal.
• Off-premise seems able to retain elevated sales levels even as the sit-down business returns.
• An acceleration in digital adoption is not only improving convenience, but also operator efficiency.
• Labor & food inflation continue to be a major concern.

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RR StockSense 4Q:20

• Stock prices in the restaurant/grocery space have come-off their 52-week highs as investors pause to better assess long-term fundamentals in the new world.
• All-the-same, stock recoveries from their 52-week lows are substantial.

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4Q20 Investor Call Analysis

● The industry continued an uneven recovery as healthy consumer demand for dine-in occasions was interrupted by vacillating government dine-in restrictions which tightened at year-end.
● Fortunately, restrictions began to ease again at the start of 2021 and, despite some uncooperative weather, 1Q dine-in comps seem to be back on track for recovery.
● QSR had a great year as any chain with a drive-thru made-out ok.

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