Despite consumer comfort, inflation reinforces pressure on hospitality industry

As inflation hits its highest rates in decades, the hospitality industry is feeling the impacts of widespread financial strain despite consumers' increasing comfort with dining out and travel. Dale Venturini, CEO and president of the Rhode Island Hospitality Association, said that restaurants and other businesses continue to feel financial strain despite consumers' increased comfort with dining out and travel. / ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO
PROVIDENCE – As inflation hits its highest rates in decades, the hospitality industry is feeling the impacts of widespread financial strain despite consumers' increasing comfort with dining out and travel. That's true around the nation, according to national data trends, and Rhode Island businesses, said Dale Venturini, president of the Rhode Island Hospitality Association. “Restaurants…

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