Stout pointed out that part of J. Alexander’s Corporation’s reduction in food cost expense was based on favorable purchasing contracts on selected items, including a significant reduction in the price paid for salmon. He also noted that prices paid for produce were generally significantly lower than in the prior year’s quarter. “We also took an approximate 2% price increase late in the fourth quarter that offset some of the input cost increases incurred earlier in the year,” he said.J. Alexander’s Corporation has added several lower food cost items to menus in many of the Company’s restaurants. These items include upscale tacos and flatbreads, both of which have strong appeal to younger guests of J. Alexander’s.
J. Alexander’s Corporation Reports Results For First Quarter Of 2012 Fiscal Year
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