Taco Bell same-store sales decline as chain loses breakfast and late-night customers


A deliveryman is seen passing by a closed Taco Bell restaurant during the 45th day of state of alarm on April 28, 2020 in Barcelona, Spain.

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As the coronavirus pandemic upends consumers’ normal routines, Taco Bell is losing critical breakfast and late-night sales.  

Parent company Yum Brands said Tuesday that the chain’s U.S. same-store sales have declined by high-single digits so far in the quarter ending June 30, although they turned positive from the end of April through May. 

On the other hand, both KFC and Pizza Hut reported domestic same-store sales growth so far in the quarter. The company did not disclose same-store sales…

Source cnbc.com

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