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U.S. Expansion Plans for Café-Bakery Concepts Bruegger's Bagels and la Madeleine
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The world's second largest cafe bakery chain Groupe Le Duff SA and its North American's subsidiary, Le Duff America, Inc., are creating dynamic growth opportunities for Bruegger's Bagels and la Madeleine. Each brand brings authenticity to its concept with Bruegger's duplicating a New York bagel shop and la Madeleine a French cafe. Le Duff has initiated newly formed franchise strategies designed to meet the demand of restaurant operators/investors seeking to team with concepts that have earned undeniable consumer appeal. Click here to read more.


Posted on February 5, 2013 at 10:11 AM
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