Like-For-Like Sales

Restaurants in the UK saw a 17th consecutive month of growth this August

Restaurants see steady growth in August

By Lauren Houghton

Despite the cooler weather, restaurants in the UK saw a 17th consecutive month of growth this August, according to Coffer Peach Business Tracker.

CGA Peach collects sales figures directly from 27 leading restaurant and pub companies

Marching on: Spring sales surge for restaurants and pubs

By Luke Nicholls

Britain’s restaurant and pub groups saw collective like-for-like sales grow 4.6 per cent in March against the same month last year, marking 12 consecutive months of positive growth for the sector. 

The Coffer Peach Business Tracker revealed the negative effects of April's wet weather on pub and restaurant sales

Cold and wet April hits pub and restaurant sales

By Luke Nicholls

April proved to be a washout for the eating and drinking-out market as unusually cold and wet weather hit like-for-like sales, according to this month’s Coffer Peach Business Tracker.

Sales figures for March are another example of the positive influence of warm weather on the eating out sector

Sales boost for eating out sector following warm March

By Luke Nicholls

Restaurants and pubs have benefited from the unseasonably warm weather of March, with collective like-for-like sales up 1.9 per cent and total sales up 6.3 per cent on the same month last year.

Without the Royal Wedding or Easter to buoy sales, restaurants and pubs experienced their first dip in sales last month

Pubs and restaurants suffer post-bank holiday slump

By Emma Eversham

Pub and restaurant chains suffered a slump in sales in May following April's bank holidays, but performed better than retail according to latest figures from the Coffer Peach Business Tracker.

Stronger sales are encouraging for pubs and restaurants

Pubs and restaurants report rise in February sales

By Mark Wingett

Pub and restaurant groups reported a rise in like-for-like sales in February against a strong comparative period in 2010, helped by a month of fair weather and families eating out during half term.