ORA Says More than 100 Restaurants Closed due to Staffing Issues, Inflation
The organization's president is sounding an alarm
Inflation is hitting the restaurant industry hard.
John Barker, the president and CEO of the Ohio Restaurant Association (ORA), said restaurants are struggling with staffing shortages and inflation not only here in Ohio but nationwide, according to our news partner WBNS in Columbus.
More than 100 restaurants in Ohio have closed in the last year strictly due to staffing shortages or inflation, he told WBNS.
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