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Hospitality sales rise 5% in June, but inflation ‘bites’

Restaurants were the strongest performing in June with like-for-like sales growth of 8%, and pubs’ sales were up by 3% on a three-year basis, while bars’ sales rose by 5%

Britain’s managed restaurant, pub and bar groups saw like-for-like sales in June rise 5% above pre-Covid levels in June 2019, representing the “strongest” month of like-for-like growth since the start of 2022.

However, according to CGA’s Tracker, produced in partnership with The Coffer Group and RSM UK, June’s figures are skewed by the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, which provided two bank holidays against none in June 2019.

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